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Best-selling author John Sandford takes all the action and suspense of his acclaimed Prey novels and heads west to the dark gleam of L.A.- where the Night Crew works. A mobile unit of video freelancers, they prowl the midnight streets to sell to the highest network bidder. Murders. Robberies. High-speed chases. For them, it is an exhilerating life. But tonight, two deaths will change everything.
©1997 John Sandford (P)2012 Penguin Audiobooks
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By Zoe on 07-15-13

I listened because it was John Sandford

Not a great story, not a bad story, just vaguely unsatisfying. The characters were not particularly well defined or likeable. The plot seemed typical Sandford. Just sort of meh. Not sure I would listen to another one if this set of characters develops into an independent series.

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By Ed on 01-26-17

Prefer Davenport and Flowers

This is probably the first Sandford novel I've listened to that did not feature Lucas Davenport or Virgil Flowers. I missed them. Richard Ferrone gave his usual good performance but the story lacked a prominent "bad guy" as it developed. Yes there was a villain but we really never got to know him well. And his motives were tenuous. I liked the major characters and feel like Sandford could have done more to develop them. This wasn't one of those "phone it in" novels we sometimes experience from authors who have done much better. But it also wasn't memorable. Maybe Sandford should stick to his two main guys.

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4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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