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Chosen Prey by John Sandford
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Oct 27, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: minnesota-mystery
Read in October, 2011

Sandford, John
Chosen Prey
Crime Fiction/2001/Putnam-Berkley/383 pgs
#12 in the Prey/Lucas Davenport series
Late 1990's/Early 2000's / Minneapolis, MN
Lucas Davenport; detective/investigator
1st Lines: James Qatar dropped his feet over the edge of the bed & rubbed the back of his neck, a momentary veil of depression falling upon him.
Comments: Aaaahhhhh... nice to be back w/ the Prey series. Never stopped liking it, just so many books, so little time and trying to make way for new authors. Darn to all those well-meaning friends, conventions and indy bookstore sellers who just had to introduce me to so many other books/authors -- LOL. I'm trying to revisit some of my older faves -- and happy to say I didn't feel like a decade had passed since my last read & hoping I will not wait another for the next one in the series. In this entry, art history professor takes photos of women and places them on x-rated images...eventually needing further excitement he kills his "chosen" women -- usually of a type -- blonde, young, living alone and usually somehow related to the arts.

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