Eyes of Prey - John Sandford Reviews
Description:ISBN 0586211314 / Author: John Sandford / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Two people swap murders. It should have proved untraceable, but one ... more
Eyes of Prey - John Sandford ... of the murderers is insane - he has killed before and is likely to kill again. The case comes to the attention of Lucas Davenport, the explosive, porsche-driving police officer featured in the book Rules of Prey.
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by - written on 15/10/07 (Very useful, 89 readings)
To what extent could a person function in everyday life if they had a dependency on drink or drugs? You often hear about ER doctors or police officers who become alcoholics due to the time restraints and stresses linked to the job. Could an airline pilot be expected to fly a plane after drinking the night before? These are all perfectly serious things to consider but John Sandford highlights in ‘Eyes of Prey’ whether a serial killer function off his gourd on drugs? Two women are murdered in the same town but there is nothing to link them together. For all intents and purposes these two tragic events should be investigated as two entirely separate cases – ... Read the complete review
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