Book Review of Certain Prey (Lucas Davenport, Bk 10)

Certain Prey (Lucas Davenport, Bk 10)
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The murder of a wife of a prominent lawyer attracts the attention of Lucas Davenport and the FBI when it appears similar to a string of professionally-executed hits. Turns out the hit man is actually a hit woman, and she teams up with someone closer to Davenport's home.

This is one of the best Prey books so far. The bad guys (or girls) are interesting and well-developed characters. The hit woman is one of Sanford's more sympathetic characters in a way. The book is suspenseful throughout, and although Lucas is not in the book as much, it is actually a nice change of pace after the first 9 books. If you are not already a Prey fan this one will hook you.