By John Sandford
A home demolition offers an uncongenial shock for Minneapolis-the our bodies of 2 ladies, wrapped in plastic. It seems like they've been there many years. Lucas Davenport is aware precisely how lengthy.
In 1985, Davenport used to be a tender cop with a name for recklessness, and the girls' disappearance was once an enormous deal. His bosses finally declared the case closed, yet he by no means agreed with that. Now that he has an opportunity to enquire all of it all over again, something is turning into more and more transparent: It wasn't simply the our bodies that have been buried. It used to be the truth.
Some secrets and techniques simply can't remain buried, within the fabulous new Lucas Davenport mystery from the number-one New York Times-bestselling author.
"One of the best," stated Kirkus Reviews of Storm Prey. "Razor-sharp discussion, a tautly managed velocity and sufficient homicides for a miniseries. What extra may possibly lovers want?"
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First, think of what you want most at this moment—it can be anything from spiritual enlightenment to a new car. Write that goal down on a piece of paper, and write today’s date next to it. Now, for the next thirty days, I want you to concentrate on achieving that goal, and allow no thoughts of failure to enter your mind. If these thoughts intrude, banish them! ” He believed it; he had made it work for him. There were now twenty pieces of carefully folded paper attesting to the fact that it worked.
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It was a pitch-dark spring night, and warm winds gave added audial cover. Parking a block away, he padded over to 3583 Mentone Avenue, carrying a flat-handled lug wrench and a transistor radio in a brown paper bag. Just as a huge gust of wind came up, he placed the radio on the ground outside Linda’s living room window and turned the volume up full blast. Punk rock bombarded the night, and he slammed the lug wrench full force into the window, grabbed the radio and ran back to his car. He waited for twenty minutes, until he was certain that no one had heard the noise and no silent alarm had been sounded.
Buried Prey (Lucas Davenport, Book 21) by John Sandford