I think this is the one Davenport book by Sandford which comes closest to being a mystery [not a certified one, but in comparison to the other Sanford books]. Not bad, with a sound ending.
This was a good-only book. Have read much better by Sandford - such as "Mad River" among others.
Agree that it was Sandford' s better thriller with less "leap of faith" lucky breaks in Lucas/Flowers murder investigations. The Rio Grande crossing at the end was a nice touch.
Excellent book. One of sandford's best.
I have never rented this book ever so I am not sure why I am being charged
A very Sandford book but unfortunately not one of his best. The good part is that it wasn't one of his worst
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