Eyes of Prey

Written by:
John Sandford
Narrated by:
Richard Ferrone

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
April 2012
14 hours 1 minute
The 'Prey' novels by Pulitzer prize-winning journalist John Sandford consistently make the best-seller lists, but they are not for the faint of heart. Featuring Minneapolis Lieutenant Lucas Davenport, these thrillers are raw, graphic, and impossible to put down. In Eyes of Prey, a depressed and unfocused Davenport takes on a macabre case, tracking down a serial killer who maims the eyes of his victims after he has murdered them.
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Charles Marshall

Much better than I thought it would be. I couldn't get into the narration at first but as the characters developed his voice fit.

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Trevor R.

Great read! Love the whole series AAA++*

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Stephen R.

Excellent as always! Superb narration! Looking forward to next book!

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Chilling throughout and an ending that I didn’t see coming, great story and narration - loved it.

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Deborah S.

liked it

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Another great title from favorite author and narrator

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Sherry L.

Wow, what a heinous character. I’m reading these books in order and I’ve really got to know the main characters. This is a calculating creeping killer making it a real book you can’t put down. The twist at the end is a bonus I never saw coming. Just started silent Pret and it’s hit the ground running from the get go. Loving this series, excellent narrator.

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Enjoyable. Took me a while to get into it but when I did it got much better

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Meta J.

good...how do repeat

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What a difference between Eyes of Prey and Silent Prey! I am glad that I read the faster paced Silent Prey first. Eyes of Prey is a lidded pot put on a slow boil. The pot's boiled over by the end of the book with lots of dead folks and Davenport out of a job. He's out of a job, but maybe he's getting his family back? Of course, Silent Prey answers those questions. Also, I like comparing the differences in Bekker. You see him as a pathologist, a murderer, and a junkie, whereas in Silent Prey, you see him primarily as a murderer and a junkie. I think by reading the books in the wrong order back-to-back, I picked up on things I wouldn't have otherwise. I don't know about other readers but reading this way reminds me of petting a cat's fur the wrong way.

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