Rules of Prey - Chapters 1-2 Summary & Analysis

John Sandford
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Chapters 1-2 Summary

"A rooftop billboard cast a flickering blue light through the studio windows. The light ricocheted off glass and stainless steel: an empty crystal bud vase rimed with dust, a pencil sharpener, a microwave oven, peanut-butter jars filled with drawing pencils, paintbrushes and crayons. An ashtray full of pennies and paper clips. Jars of Poster Paint, Knives." (Chapter 1, pg. 1). This is the seemingly innocuous opening of this thriller, Rules of Prey by John Sandford.

The thriller begins with the maddog killer stalking his prey. He feels very alive in the final minutes of the stalk. His intended victim is a female artist. This isn't his first killing. His first was a high school classmate who had offended him with a comment and he killer her three years later. His second killing was a hooker, who was one of the Chosen. He was in his second year...

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