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Joe Rasmussen posts on 8/18/2005 7:17:33 PM
Got an idea for a new book by John Sandford. Call it "Party Prey". The bad guy invites people to his party and then most important one that does not show up gets killed.
mike posts on 8/10/2005 12:51:31 PM
Tommy--thank you for the site. Much appreciated.
Anna Licona posts on 8/10/2005 12:22:36 PM
Why do you suppose Lucas didn't want the Beetles on his list? Did he not consider them mainstream rock?
Sandy posts on 8/10/2005 11:08:04 AM
I totally agree with Ann (5/19/2005). Lucas has definitely lost his edge since marrying Weather and his domestic life is BORING! He was at his best with Lily (remember her?)- sexy and dangerous! That's why so many women read the Lucas Davenport books. Perhaps the fact that John Sandford is getting on a bit has dulled his literary sensuality?
There may be hope, though, as Lucas still has an eye for a pretty girl so let's hope something develops!
Tommy posts on 8/8/2005 11:23:14 AM
go to www.johnsandford.org and their is a listing of the songs there.
mike posts on 8/6/2005 7:30:04 PM
does anyone have a scaned copy of Lucas' top 100 R&R songs they can share?
DL Rupper posts on 8/3/2005 10:12:01 PM
Reference: Broken Prey, Page 269
See below on DNA
DL Rupper posts on 8/3/2005 8:16:59 PM
"half the TV watchers in the country knew about DNA. Hxxx even George Bush would probably know about it". That infers that John Kerry wouldn't know about it, since his military IQ test showed him to be less intellegent than "George W" and his grade point average at YALE was less than good old "W's". Touche'
Carol posts on 8/1/2005 12:01:16 PM
Go to JSs' official website. the list is there. www.sandford.org.
charles renfro posts on 7/16/2005 10:46:43 AM
I read your "Hidden Prey" with great supprise and enjoyment.In 1953-55 I was the resident architect for what is now known as Hoyt Lakes outside Auora. Your story made me realize that 50 years has gone by and the records are unsealed. That was a very strange time and there was a lot more going on than has been revealed I'm sure. Have you written any other stories about what was known as the "Great Northwest" in the 50's? What a great adventure that was. I'm going to check on the rest of your books. C. S. Renfro RA
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