An orchestrated series of ritual killings has shocked the nation. Partnered by New York police officer Lily Rothenburg, Detective Lucas Davenport will need all the tricks he has learnt on the streets of Minneapolis as he searches through the shadows and mysteries of the American Indian community, trying to track down the obsessed minds behind the bloody vengeance killings - before the team of killers finally goes out of control.
©2003 John Sandford (P)2003 Recorded Books LLC
The Native American Angle.
Added some nuance, a feel for the environment
Read better books with Native American protagonists
Did not inspire me to read more by this author
A reasonable story spoilt by the bad language no time is wasted listening too a book even when there are disappointments. Every book can open a portal to new thoughts and ideas be they good bad or indeferent
I would be loath to recomend it because of the continual bad language
He read well but could be a little more precise
The narrator gives a good performance. This book starts very promisingly but is completely let down by being dragged out the action and plot don't merit the length of this book. Indeed had it been radically edited could have been a crisp fast paced piece. And by the way I don't care about the swearing nor the sex but I do mind this poor interaction between the key people.
Too much pointless sub plotting and so contrived with Lily the national shooting champion ...yawn... very teenagery those bits.
Would I recommend hmmm ....NO
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