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Invisible Prey Hardcover – 15 May 2007
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- Publisher : Putnam Pub Group (T) (15 May 2007)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 388 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0399154213
- ISBN-13 : 978-0399154218
- Dimensions : 15.85 x 3.28 x 23.67 cm
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I do not understand why TV or film has not snapped up an option on these books; the Harry Bosch TV series showed it could be done well so why not these? Having said that, I’d still want to read each and every one. The main problem is in waiting for the next! I read them far, far too quickly; perhaps I can amuse myself in the wait for the next by thinking who might play Lucas- and Virgil!
If you’ve not read them, start at the beginning for the best experience, the characters do build and develop - and grow older. One of my real favourites.
Good plot great characters...all good...next please.
You’ve got to enjoy them as much as me....
This is a must for all John Sandford (and , of course Lucas) fans. As usual superbly written, tight, paced and still developing the characters after all this time.
If you enjoy a good thriller - with an edge, and have not read any of the prey series, as the other reviewer suggested - start at the beginning and read in order - growing with the characters only adds to the brilliance of the novels.
Just a shame we have to wait so long between each one - perhaps Mr Sandford could type a bit quicker!!??!!
A superb read and excellent ending