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Twisted prey

Sandford, John, 1944 February 23-, author.

New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons, [2018]

387 pages ; 24 cm.

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"Lucas Davenport had crossed paths with her before. A rich psychopath, Taryn Grant had run successfully for the U.S. Senate, where Lucas had predicted she'd fit right in. He was also convinced that she'd been responsible for three murders, though he'd never been able to prove it. Once a psychopath had gotten that kind of rush, though, he or she often needed another fix, so he figured he might be seeing her again. He was right. A federal marshal now, with a very wide scope of investigation, he's heard rumors that Grant has found her seat on the Senate intelligence committee, and the contacts she's made from it, to be very useful. Pinning those rumors down was likely to be just as difficult as before, and considerably more dangerous. But they had unfinished business, he and Grant. One way or the other, he was going to see it through to the end"-- Provided by publisher.

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ISBN:

978-0-7352-1735-5 (hardcover)

ISBN:

978-0-7352-1735-5

LC Call No:

PS3569.A516 T95 2018

Dewey Class No:

813/.54 23

Author:

Sandford, John, 1944 February 23-, author.

Title:

Twisted prey / John Sandford.

Physical:

387 pages ; 24 cm.

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MediaType:

unmediated n rdamedia

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volume nc rdacarrier

Series:

Prey ; 28

Summary:

"Lucas Davenport had crossed paths with her before. A rich psychopath, Taryn Grant had run successfully for the U.S. Senate, where Lucas had predicted she'd fit right in. He was also convinced that she'd been responsible for three murders, though he'd never been able to prove it. Once a psychopath had gotten that kind of rush, though, he or she often needed another fix, so he figured he might be seeing her again. He was right. A federal marshal now, with a very wide scope of investigation, he's heard rumors that Grant has found her seat on the Senate intelligence committee, and the contacts she's made from it, to be very useful. Pinning those rumors down was likely to be just as difficult as before, and considerably more dangerous. But they had unfinished business, he and Grant. One way or the other, he was going to see it through to the end"-- Provided by publisher.

Subject:

Davenport, Lucas (Fictitious character)--Fiction

Subject:

Murder--Investigation--Fiction.

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Sandford, John, 1944 February 23. Prey novel ; bk. 27.

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