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“If you haven’t read Sandford, you have been missing one of the great summer-read novelists of all time.  Lucas Davenport, the policeman hero of the Prey novels, is a hard dude . . . but not without a sense of humor, and that makes him special.  Sandford writes real-guy novels, but—judging by my wife and her sisters—real girls like him too.”
—Stephen King

“Sandford’s ability to sustain this perfect series [. . .] must be a cause of envy to other writers, but grateful readers greet the annual appearance of Minnesota cop Lucas Davenport with joy, then plan for a sleepless, page-turning night.”
Cleveland Plain-Dealer

“Sandford’s talent is such that this series never grows stale, or boring, or forgettable.  As author and hero age, readers can hope that the best is yet to be.”
Richmond Times-Dispatch
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review by . October 21, 2012
It's been a while since I've opened up a Lucas Davenport novel by John Sandford. The last few weren't up to the enjoyment level I had with the earlier installments. I picked up Stolen Prey from the library hoping that Sandford and Davenport were back on track. It might be due to the break I took on the series, but this one was better than I expected. It's not vintage Davenport, but it may be that the character has evolved to a point where that's no longer possible...   …
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