Behind the Mic: On Masked Prey by John Sandford, Read by Richard Ferrone
Jo Reed and Robin Whitten Discuss the 30th Prey Police Procedural
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In Lucas Davenport’s 30th PREY title, the daughter of a U.S. Senator and the children of other politicians become social media targets for some unsavory radical groups Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Robin Whitten discuss Richard Ferrone’s long-running narration of this engaging police procedural series. His voice has matured along with the lead character, to the point where he IS Lucas Davenport for longtime listeners. The topical plot takes on our obsession with social media and the potential threats posed by those who manipulate it.
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