Rules of Prey [Lucas Davenport #1] by John Sandford review

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Lucas Davenport is the book version of Criminal Minds, only he works alone and with a different set of standards. Understanding Lucas is not the easiest thing. Conventional is not a word you would use to describe him. I’d describe him as an unethical, womanizer, without conscience who happily breaks the rules to get the job done [and believe me he does].

This book was lengthy at 479 pages. At some points I felt like I’d never make it to the end of the chapter. I had to want to finish this book and I did. It felt long to me because as the reader you found out immediately who the killer was, but the police don’t find out till well past the halfway point.

The cat and mouse game that the Maddog and Lucas played was fun but one sided. I kept plodding on in the book because I wanted to see if…

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