The integration of several sub-plots, the detailed portrait painted of the primary character, the ins and outs of planning the destruction of a corporation, and the final surprise ending, very much an "out of the box" solution for an impossible situation, gave me great satisfaction, to the point that this author joins Robin Cook, Dick Francis, and Michael Creichton as a trusted provider of light entertainment.
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A very good read, exciting and fast paced.
John Sanford always does a great mystery - this is a "Kidd" mystery not the "Prey" series.
This is the first of the Kidd series. Kidd and his partner LuEllen are professional criminals. Fast-paced action.
John Sandford is a great writer and all his books are good.
as thriller through and through ...impossible to put down
Kidd,the computer whiz,and Luellen,the theif,are hired by a defense industry corporation to destroy it's business rival through computer sabotage and espionage. If they can pull it off,they'll reap nillions of dollars. One mistake,and they could spend the rest of their lives in prison.
Kidd and LeEllen team up for computer sabotage and espionage.
A very interesting and well-written book about computer crime. The two main characters, Kidd and Luellen, are apparently in another book of Sandford's which I haven't yet read. The story is fast-paced and an easy, enjoyable read.
I love John Sanford and this is a good one of his
"A gripping, ultramodern novel... fast-paced and suspenseful." -Chicago Tribune
"Fast-paced action, high-intellectual puzzle-solving, dandy characters... if you start guessing outcomes, you are fooled." - Minneapolis Star & Tribune
Johns Sandford is a wonderful author. Not sure why I waited this long to read this series. The Lucas Davenport series is one of my favorites.
Another great Sandford book
great book had trouble putting it down .very fast paced
Having read all of John Sandfords Prey and Virgil Flowers books, I wanted to pick up on his earlier work as John Camp. I found "Fool's Run" completely enjoyable, the story engaging, and as I turned the last page I was wishing for more. If you like Sandford, be sure to read his work as John Camp, as well, you won't be sorry. Which book or series to start with isn't 100% defined, however, in the latest prey installment, "Silken Prey", we encounter Kidd and Luellen once again, as major characters, so it was helpful to have read "Fools Run" 1st. Sandford is artful in intertwining characters from his different series into his various plots, he includes enough background to make sure the reader is not lost.
Great book. I really enjoyed it.
Kidd, a computer whiz and a professional criminal with his favorite partner and lover, LuEllen are hired by defense industry corporation to destroy its business rival through computer sabotage. It's a stingh of a lifetime and if Kidd and LuEllen pull it off they wil reap millions.
Everything goes fine until..................................
I just couldn't get into this one. So I guess I don't have much to say!
This time, their playing field is on the cutting edge of high-tech corporate warfare. Kidd, the computer whiz, and LuEllen, the thief, are hired by a defense industry corporation to destroy its business rival through computer sabotage and espionage. If Kidd and LuEllen can pull it off, they'll reap millions of dollars. One mistake, and they could spend the rest of their lives in prison. Everything goes according to plan as the technological takedown unfolds. But their string of successes turns into a noose when the ultimate con artists get conned...