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Constance Bucher is in her eighties, wealthy, and lives in a lovely Twin Cities home brimming with antiques. Bucher and her maid slip into past tense when intruders bludgeon them to death and trash the house. The victim's social standing is enough for the governor to assign his top investigator, Lucas Davenport, to investigate. The easy solution would be to label the crime a junkie killing, but when a painting stored in the attic (and worth a cool half-million) turns up missing, it's clear that this was no random attack. Aided by an imaginative intern, Davenport uncovers a series of similar crimes across the Midwest in which the victims were all old, wealthy art collectors. Concurrently, Davenport is working on a politically sensitive case in which a local politician has been accused of having sexual relations with a 15-year-old.
APA Citation (style guide)
Sandford, J. (2007). Invisible Prey. Penguin Audio.Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)
Sandford, John. 2007. Invisible Prey. Penguin Audio.Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide)
Sandford, John, Invisible Prey. Penguin Audio, 2007.MLA Citation (style guide)
Sandford, John. Invisible Prey. Penguin Audio, 2007.
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