Lucas Davenport has met his match-a brilliant, wanton killer who knows more about mind games than Lucas himself. This man is more depraved and intelligent than anybody Lucas has tracked before-and with a female psychiatrist in his trap, he's already one step ahead of Lucas...
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美国亚马逊： 445 条评论
I love this guy’s books...2018年12月12日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
... and this was an excellent story, but by the last 50 pages I was skimming, “JUST KILL THE GUY! The author is sometimes too clever, and too lose with his time frames for his own good. The bad guy’s raping, driving, there’s an FBI MANHUNT, the bad guy’s out in the middle of it, slipping past, getting away, getting away, then the cops are all going to bed, then the subplot of who in the family is tipping the bad guy off, then the kidnapped woman’s partner is arranging the whole thing to “get all the money”, then the kid napped women are ENDLESSLY worrying a nail out of the wall, then the bad guy is defying THOUSANDS of cops, FBI, EVERYONE! Then the ex-husbands delivering ransom money but it’s a trap but the lead cop who also designs GAMES has gamers worked no computers and warrants aren’t coming and the FBI IS EVERYWHERE but the bad guy, in at least seven different places simultaneously is raping and escaping and planting traps and the devious partner of the kidnapped women is threatening to SUE EVERYONE, Then it’s a rush to save the women, but the blackmailer and the mole in the family and the vengeful partner and the cops are taking naps, and Davenport trying to decide to ask his woman to marry him, then the ENTIRE FBI IS OUT but the bad guy is in a house, in a car, getting away to kill the women then the women work on the nail... ONE HUNDRED PAGES that should have taken FIVE. Then the bad guy’s sort of dead or shot himself and the women are free BUT THERES STILL FIFTY PAGES of the family mole and the blackmailer and the devious partner....
Great characters and plot2015年6月4日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
I am an ardent John Sandford fan. I recently purchased and read the complete Prey series and then the complete Flowers series in order, and I'm only sorry I'll have to wait for the next book in both series. Sandford is a novelist with the rare ability to carry over characters and plot elements with complete believabiity while allowing both to develop in interesting, unexpected but natural ways - the only other "serial" novelist who does this nearly as well is Anthony Trollope, and he avoids murders. I re-read these books with pleasure as great or greater than the first reading because the fast-paced narrative and unexpected plot developments pulls you to read fast the first time; the second or third you can pay attention to atmosphere (he's great on significant landscape detail), character growth, and situation development. Sandford writes like a real novelist, not like someone trying to impress academia with his literary exclusivity.
Early "prey" just as good, just different.2017年12月14日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
I somehow missed this rather early (1995) Lucas Davenport number, but obviously Sandford always had it. It did seem a little weird that Goths were playing Dungeons and Dragons, and a flip-top phone was high tech, and the bad guy didn't know cell phones could be traced with GPS, but I thought of it as literary archeology. All the stuff that makes Sandford a winner now was there then.
Love Lucas Davenport & This Is A Good Story2015年10月3日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
Lucas Davenport is one of the best characters in books today. He is great looking, egotistical, hard headed & absolutely great. This book, as all of them do, has a good story & great character development. I like reading a little about all of the secondary cast in each book. You get to know them & either like or dislike them in a short time. I am not particularly fond of Weather but she doesn't interfere in the stories very often. The group of detectives & cops are usually very entertaining & often very amusing. I just wish Mr. Sandford would write them faster.