Read-Alikes for ‘Ocean Prey’ by John Sandford | LibraryReads

LibraryReads and Library Journal offer read-alikes for patrons waiting for Ocean Prey by John Sandford.

Ocean Prey, by John Sandford, (G.P. Putnam’s Sons) is the top holds title of the week (4/12/21). LibraryReads and Library Journal offer read-alikes for patrons waiting for this buzziest book.

The 31st title in the “Prey” series sees Lucas Davenport and Virgil Flowers joining forces as bodies pile up on the high seas.



The Last Widow by Karin Slaughter (Morrow; LJ starred review)
Appeared on the August 2019 LibraryReads list

“A fast-paced thriller in the ‘Will Trent’ series has Will and Sara trying to prevent a deadly epidemic. The book tells the story of what is happening to three different people during the same short time periods, as they are unaware of the actions of the others. For readers who enjoy Tana French and John Sanford.”—Susanne Guide, Union County Public Library, Liberty, IN


Kill Fee: A Stevens and Windermere Novel by Owen Laukkanen (Putnam)
Appeared on the March 2014 LibraryReads list

“In the third book in this series, Carla Windermere and Kirk Stevens find themselves reunited when people around the country seem to be dying from contract hits. Young war veterans, under the influence of a mysterious man, are turning into emotionless killers. Stevens and Windermere try piecing together who’s behind the crimes, but keep falling one step behind. Reminiscent of Thomas Perry’s novels, and fast-paced.”—Lora Bruggeman, Indian Prairie Public Library, Darien, IL


Night School: A Jack Reacher Novel by Lee Child (Dell; LJ starred review)
Appeared on the November 2016 LibraryReads list

“Child goes back to the well and gives readers another glimpse into Jack Reacher’s past as a military cop—and what a worthwhile trip it is. It’s 1996, and after Reacher receives a Legion of Merit medal, he’s sent to ‘Night School’ with two other men, one from the FBI and another from the CIA. Soon the trio learns that they’ve been selected for a covert mission. Child layers his page-turning story with careful and sometimes dryly humorous details.This suspense series keeps getting better—it’s a joy to read.”—Elizabeth Eastin, Rogers Memorial Library, Southampton, NY

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