Field of Prey by John Sandford

Field of Prey by John Sandford: Field of Prey by John Sandford is all about the crime and the role of the law enforcement agencies to control the crimes in the city.The nature of the crimes is different in different events and and the behavior of the criminals is not such as can be anticipated, These people are very skilled and well planner. They are nor caught and traced easily. Someone has to be very diligent and vigilant to cope with the criminals’ activities.Field of Prey by John Sandford is all about the murder and the searching of the killer.

it is not easy job but the most difficult and uphill task.The novel deals with the crimes and the criminals that are there to disrupt the peace and calm of the society.The suspense and thrill is kept till the last line of the novel and the readers would never lose their interest and concentration until the last line is reached and the climax is resolved.Field of Prey by John Sandford is very interesting novel.

Layton Carlson, Jr., of Red Wing, Minnesota, struck it rich the night following the Fourth of July. It’s also unlucky. He’d chosen the ideal location to give up his virginity to his girlfriend: an abandoned farmyard in the middle of cornfields, which was pleasant, private, and peaceful. The only issue was that something smelled awful – like, truly awful. He told a county deputy about it, and when the cop went to investigate, he discovered a body pushed down a cistern.

Field of Prey by John Sandford

Then there was another, and another, and another. By the time Lucas Davenport was summoned, the police had counted fifteen bodies. And, as if that wasn’t terrible enough, when Lucas started looking into it, he came across some troubling findings of his own.’

He knows where the bodies are buried,’ says the narrator. A common expression, frequently accompanied by a laugh. However, in Lucas Davenport’s line of work, this is all too often the case…. When a county deputy is dispatched to an abandoned farmhouse in Minnesota’s cornfields by two terrified adolescents, he discovers a body pushed down a cistern.

The Forgotten Garden by Kate Morton is attractive to read.

Then there was another, and another, and another. The cops had fifteen bodies and counting by the time Lucas Davenport is summoned. When Lucas starts looking into it, he makes some unsettling discoveries of his own. The victims have been killed on a regular basis for many years, one per summer. How could this have gone unnoticed for so long? Because one thing was certain: the assailant had to reside nearby.

Field of Prey by John Sandford

He’s presumably someone they see on a daily basis… The New York Times Book Review says, “John Sanford knows everything there is to know about detonating the gut-level shocks of a terrific thriller.”

For outlaws, he has a good touch. Golden Prey by Stephen King ‘Until the smile-inducing wrap-up, which reveals the fates of a number of Sanford’s colorful, fascinating characters, the pages turn with Sanford’s signature blend of rough humor and deadly action.’

The Secret Keeper by Kate Morton is very amusing novel.

Golden Prey is featured in Publishers Weekly. ‘It appears that John Sanford’s capacity to keep new life and breath pouring into his Lucas Davenport series knows no bounds. ‘On any list of great mystery authors, Sanford has always been at the top.

Years after Heather Jorgenson, the sixth intended victim of a murdering rapist, escaped thanks to her Leatherman knife, a pair of high school girls looking for an isolated area for a tryst make a shocking discovery that suggests that many more women were not so fortunate.


It’s anyone’s guess how many victims were dumped in a cistern near Sally James’ farm, let alone who they were. A cistern near Sally James’ farm is filled with 15 items immediately identifiable as skulls and so much undifferentiated organic matter that it’s anyone’s guess how many victims were dumped there—let alone who they were. Methodical and unremarkable Bob Shaffer of Minnesota’s Bureau of Criminal Apprehension is assigned to the case, and his meticulous gathering and sifting of evidence suggests that Mary Lynn Carpenter, a candy store owner who went two weeks ago, was the latest in a series of disappearances.

About the Writer:

As ever, as is the attractiveness of his main character.’ Sandford is always excellent. JOHN SANDFORD is the pseudonym for the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist John Camp. He is the author of the Prey novels, the Kidd novels, the Virgil Flowers novels, and six other books, including three YA novels co-authored with his wife Michele Cook. He lives in New Mexico.

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