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Gathering Prey by John Sandford (Audiobook)

Gathering PreyReviewed by Caryn St. Clair

With a long running series, it is sometimes difficult for an author to keep coming up with new scenarios for a plot. In Gathering Prey, the twenty-fifth book in Sandford’s “Prey” series, the author chooses to have the protagonist’s adopted daughter step into the lime light. While Letty is often mentioned in the series, she really hasn’t been featured until now. The result is one of the most captivating books of the series.

Davenport’s daughter Letty, a student at Stanford, befriends a couple of “travelers” in San Francisco. She buys them a meal and gives them her phone number to call if they are ever in Minneapolis. She leaves the Bay area to return home to Minneapolis for the summer and really doesn’t give the two drifters another thought until the woman calls her to ask for help. Stranded in North Dakota and her boyfriend missing the young woman is afraid he’s been murdered and that she is next. Read the rest of this entry »