Silent Prey Topics for Discussion

John Sandford
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Discuss the morality of the Robin Hood group. Should it be up to them to take justice into their own hands? Should a rogue group with no legal backing be able to decide these peoples' fates? Do the ends justify the means if they are taking dangerous people off the streets?

Who is trying to escape in the novel, figuratively and literally? Do they make it to wherever or whatever they are looking for?

Clearly, Bekker is a psychopath. Is his behavior fueled through any particular experience or instance other than insanity? Could the drugs, the science, or his time in Vietnam have had any adverse effects?

What does Davenport's lake house represent? Is he happy there? Why or why not?

Davenport is a cop from Minneapolis that comes to New York and saves the day. Do you think the author is biased toward...

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