"One of Sandford's best." — Publishers Weekly
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Penguin Group (USA) LLC
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I have written so many reviews of Lucas Davenport books that there really isn't much more to say. To me, they have all been very good books & I read all of them. Read morePublished 7 days ago by S. Griffith
This is the 21st in the series, and Sandford continues to amaze with the variety of plot and character. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Pat Shepherd
The author found a great way to get back to the beginning of Lucas Davenport. Exceptional read.Published 23 days ago by David Anderson
I don't want to start the old debate of publishers gouging on electronic book prices but I really have to add this complaint to the review. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Basic Extinct
Another Sandford winner, taking you into the largely unknown Upper Peninsula of Michigan.Published 24 days ago by Geoffrey J. H. Brown
Great addition to the Prey series. I particularly like the approach Sandford took, reaching into Lucas Davenport's early years on the force and first case in the role of detective... Read morePublished 25 days ago by Davis Smock
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Publishers should go back to college and study Economics 101 and concentrate on Suppy-Demand curves. Then they might want to remember that Henry Ford didn't make money selling expensive cars. He sold good cars at a reasonable price - and made a fortune.
Jun 24, 2011 by Walter VanWinckel | See all 2 posts
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As far as I am concerned I will not buy any book that is almost the same as a hardcover. I will wait for a paperback to come out and if there is not a reduction in kindle price at that time, I will buy paperback or used at that time.
I think that the new pricing on Kindle books is... Read More
Mar 14, 2011 by AuroraMal | See all 43 posts
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