Very enjoyable. It's interesting to watch the killer's grip on reality slip away.
I kinda started in the middle of Sandford's Prey series, but now I'm filling in where I skipped and it doesn't make a whole lot of difference, but it's much better to read them in order because there are always mentions in the books of what happened in a previous book.
Now, to this book..It's great, just like all of the rest of them! Lucas Davenport (for some reason I always picture Harrison Ford but he's described totally different), is assigned a serial murder case involving women being ripped apart (ugh!) and is saddled with a wimpy detective that nobody else wants and an overbearing female detective that no one else can stand to be around.
Even with these terrible odds, the three of them manage to come up with some interesting clues and follow them to the conclusion, which is pretty amazing!
The Prey novels with Lucas Davenport are one of my favorite series - this one doesn't dissapoint!