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susan posts on 6/8/2009 7:26:47 PM I'm almost done with Phantom Prey and Loved it. Belinda sees a change in this book versus earlier work. Well, authors change and grow too so why no Mr. Sandford. Lucas has obviously changed in the last few books since he married Weather and had a child but, it was definately time for him to settle down and he doesn't seem any worse for wear. He is a little whipped and I would like him to tell Weather off once in awhile, but the writing is excellent and the plot to this one was really good, I had trouble putting it down. Great work Mr. Sandford
susan posts on 6/1/2009 9:53:20 AM does anyone know when the next book will be out?
Deb posts on 5/18/2009 1:54:18 PM thankyou Susan for answering my query

susan posts on 5/18/2009 10:16:12 AM Letty became Lucas and Weather's ward in NAKED PREY
susan posts on 5/15/2009 10:28:59 PM you can read the books out of order, the characters move from book to book,but the mystery story is so good you can look past where Lucar is at the moment in his love life
Anonymous posts on 5/15/2009 10:30:52 AM i've just bought a john sandford book not realising it was part of a series can anyone tell me if you can read one of the prey books as one off.
Belinda Elizondo posts on 4/20/2009 10:41:40 PM I don't remember the name of the book, but she did become Lucas' ward, and I've been waiting for John Sanford to use her again as a main character. She was such a spunky gal...I wanted to see how she develops, but so far, her existence has been minimal at best. The new character Virgil Flowers is interesting though and developing well.
Vivian Downs posts on 4/20/2009 4:04:59 PM I'm looking for the name of the book which introduces the teenage girl who comes to live with Lucas and Weather. She ran trap lines.
Candelaria Galvin posts on 3/17/2009 4:06:52 AM I have read and LOVED every single one of the Prey book. I haven't read any books for several years, and just for fun, I looked up to see if he's written any other Prey books, and low and behold, there was Invisible Prey and I asked my hubby to check it out at the library. It was very good, except that I noticed, as I've never noticed in his other books, how politically ugly John Sandford has gotten. In Invisible Prey, the characters were apparently Democrats who held nothing but disdain for Republicans. I was really, REALLY disappointed in John Sandford. It made me literally sick when I read the hateful way the characters talked about the Republicans. Its pretty funny that the Democrats/Liberals all say the Conservatives are the hateful ones, when everything I've read from the liberal side is spiteful, mean, and dispicable. I'm an Independent, with leanings towards Repulblican, but I always vote a split ticket, and it just makes me so sad to see John Sandford sinking to this low level. I thought perhaps it was just a fluke with Invisble Prey, but I've just started reading Phantom Prey, and I haven't read thirty pages yet, and there's this ugliness about Republicans again. I hate to boycott everything because then I wouldn't have anything to enjoy. I wish Mr. Sandford would leave the politics out or if he can't, why can't it be generic like in his past novels, where everyone complains about ALL the politicians, not just one party? I want to say that I'm disappointed in Mr. Sandford. I thought better of him.
chuck renfro posts on 2/26/2009 11:44:50 AM Please let me know if John Stanford is the person that wrote several books about the Iron Range. I am the architect for Hoyt Lakes amd would like to know what is going on since Tackonite Cont. co. shut down. I lived ther in 53-54-55 in a trailer while I built the first 40 houses. Have great memories. Chuck Renfro
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