Detective Lucas Davenport is brought out of retirement to do battle once more with Bekker, the gruesome serial killer he first outwitted in "Eyes of Prey". The author also wrote "The Iceman", "Rules of Prey" and "Shadow Prey".
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I'D LIKE TO HAVE YOU FOR FIVE MINUTES. A GOOD, SHARP SCALPEL WOULD OPEN YOU UP LIKE A GODDAMN OYSTER: ZIP, ZIP. LIKE A GODDAMN CLAM
His guards slain, Bekker, the insane pathologist from 'Eyes of Prey', flees to New York, there to continue his gruesome experiments, searching his victims' eyes for what they can reveal at the moment of death. In desperation the New York police turn for help to Lucas Davenport – the detective who first caught Bekker. It was Davenport who left Bekker's once beautiful face a mass of scars. He should have finished the job then – this time he may not get the chance.
"Thriller lovers are in for a deliciously chilling time. Crisp, fast-moving… when it comes to portraying twisted minds, Sandford has no peers."
"Another chilling journey to the dark side, in a gripping plot filled with harrowing twists and shocking turns."
"Outstanding… a sensational, blood-curdling thriller"
John Sandford is the pseudonym of Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist John Camp. His eight novels featuring Minneapolis detective Lucas Davenport have all been top-ten bestsellers in the USA.
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Book Description Putnam, 1992. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110002240424