I won't bother to rehash the synopsis... Check the book description. Here's my take:
Lately, in Sandfords books, the reader knows who the killer or killers are in the 1st couple chapters and it's about Davenport or That F'n Flowers trying to track them down. I don't mind the Cat-and-Mouse books so much but I first fell for Sandford's books trying to figure out who the perpetrator(s) were. I'm more than halfway into this one and I'm still guessing. Without spoiling anything, I will say there were some questions that Virgil was trying to answer that I figured out first and that is always a treat. Call 'em mysteries within a mystery.
If you've loved any of Sandford's previous works, this one won't disappoint. Frankie is a treat, Jenkins and Shrake still crack me up, and Bea Sawyer is as by the book and helpful as always. If you've never read any of the others, you don't know anything about the people I just mentioned and should check out earlier books in the series.
I can say without finishing the book I already feel I got my money's worth. Can't wait for the next Prey novel.