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Secret Prey

by John Sandford

Secret Prey by John Sandford
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  • First Published:
    May 1998, 392 pages
    Paperback:
    Jun 1999, 384 pages

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Anonymous (08/12/01)

Joe A Lopez
The book is good. I enjoyed it and plan to read other books by Sanford in the future.
However, the editing of the "Large Print" edition was very poor, as there is a blatant error in the 4th paragraph of page 144, where the murder victim is referred incorrectly by one of the suspect's names.
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