You can read on and on with the Prey series by John Sandford and you will never get bored. A prime example of this statement is the 11th book in the series by the name of Easy Prey, which is accumulating its audience one after the other sequel of the book in the subject series.
The story tells about a high profile fashion model. Her mysterious death spread like fire in the forest through mainstream media and that demanded Davenport to take some serious action in order to find the culprit. Surprisingly, one of his own personnel became a suspect that gave story a great twist.
But, a series of weird incidents took place and Davenport suspects that the issue is a lot more complicated than he was anticipating earlier. What else, the connections lead him to an ingenious murderer, who is far more ruthless and savage than anyone could have ever imagined.
Just as with many prequels of this book, this one is narrated by Richard Ferrone, who is best in the business when it comes to giving powerful voice to such a thrilling and suspense story. He truly justified the aura of the characters in the book and his voice is one big reason to have it heard right till the end.
John Sandford is a diverse writer and you must check out a couple of his other famous books, such as, Bloody Genius and Neon Prey. Both are exceptional in their own way, but related to the most wanted unified genre, crime.
Too many characters are identified right in the start of the story, which might not be the best case, but things nicely gets smoothen up and narrowed down to fewer main characters, once the story gets into full swing.