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Thursday, December 23, 2010

Mind Prey by John Sandford

                 Quite the Thriller!

Mind Prey is the seventh in a series of novels featuring Lucas Davenport, a tough police detective in Minnesota. It is the third and definitely the best that I have read in the series.
John Sandford

Davenport is more than a detective, he also designs role-playing and computer simulation games, a hobby that blossomed into a multi-million dollar business. The twist in this plot is that the bad guy is a psycho who happens to love role-playing games. He kidnaps one of his former therapists to fulfill some of his twisted fantasies and then gets a bigger thrill when he discovers that the designer of some his favorite games is on the case. (Imagine a 'Dungeons and Dragons' player matching wits against Gary Gygax and you've got the scenario)

Mind Prey is really quite a good thriller - it was very difficult to put the book down while reading the last 75 pages.

This book can be found on Amazon here:  Mind Prey   

I rate this book 5 stars out of 5.
 
Reviewed on February 12, 2005.

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