Michael Prescott’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes

Ten of My Favourite Michael Prescott Quotes 

Quotes, who doesn’t love a good quote? This series of articles we look at Top 10 Famous Quotes by Author Michael Prescott, author quotes are always a challenge and fun to pick, with Michael Prescott you will find my Ten favourites of Michael Prescott’s quotes. 

Popular Quotes

“underground garage.”
― Michael Prescott, The Shadow Hunter

 “People were always reaching for what they didn’t have—fame or wealth, youth or love, some final victory or vengeance. They chased after the prizes that would sum up their lives, seeking to complete themselves. It was so easy to get caught up in the chase.”
― Michael Prescott, The Shadow Hunter

“Early in life, stalkers learned how to hate, but unlike common criminals, they learned self-restraint also. They held their hatred in check. Few of the dangerous ones, the ones with the mind-set of an assassin, got in trouble with the police.”
― Michael Prescott, The Shadow Hunter

 “Only in promotional brochures was Los Angeles the City of Angels. To those who knew it, really knew it, it was not a city, but a vast, open grave swallowing up young lives.”
― Michael Prescott, Grave of Angels

 “You’re like the figures you display in your shop. A beautiful thing, shiny in sunlight, but at the core—poured metal, cold stone.”
― Michael Prescott, Comes the Dark

 “Rush hour was under way; her car became one more pair of headlights in a glittering daisy chain of commuters.”
― Michael Prescott, Shudder

“The trauma of discovering her body, unmoving in the brackish water of the bathtub, had aged him ten years.”
― Michael Prescott, Shatter

 “I wonder why things always seem most real to us when we lose them, he said softly.”
― Michael Prescott, The Shadow Hunter

“Somewhere a cicada conversed irritably with the night, then fell silent.”
― Michael Prescott, Shudder

“ISP’s database.” Surprisingly, he thought”
― Michael Prescott, Grave of Angels

10 Famous Quotes by Author Michael Prescott

So there you have it my Ten favourite quotes by Michael Prescott, please comment below and share your favourite quotes by the fantastic author Michael Prescott.  Furthermore, if you find any Authors not covered for there, top 10 quotes let me know and I will review their works and find some of their best quotes as has been done here for Michael Prescott. 

One Final Bonus – Michael Prescott Quote 

“to look around. At first sight, the apartment was perfectly ordinary. He made a quick circuit of the living room, kitchenette, bathroom, and bedroom. The place was tidy enough, but with a few items strewn here and there, the sort of things that might be left lying around by a busy person—a magazine, a half-finished crossword puzzle, a book left open on a night table. Abby had the usual appliances—an old stove and a humming refrigerator, a microwave oven with an unpronounceable brand name, a thirteen-inch TV on a cheap stand, a boom box near a modest collection of CDs. There were clothes in her bedroom closet and silverware, plates, and pots and pans in her kitchen cabinets. He began to wonder if he’d been unduly suspicious. Maybe Abby Hollister was who she said she was, after all. And he’d taken a considerable risk coming here. If he was caught inside her apartment, all his plans for the evening would be scotched. He would end up in a holding cell facing charges that would send him back to prison for parole violation. All because he’d gotten a bug up his ass about some woman he hardly knew, a stranger who didn’t mean anything. He decided he’d better get the hell out. He was retracing his steps through the living room when he glanced at the magazine tossed on the sofa. Something about it seemed wrong. He moved closer and took a better look. It was People, and the cover showed two celebrities whose recent marriage had already ended in divorce. But on the cover the stars were smiling over a caption that read, Love At Last. He picked up the magazine and studied it in the trickle of light through the filmy curtains. The date was September of last year. He put it down and looked at the end tables flanking the sofa. For the first time he noticed a patina of dust on their surfaces. The apartment hadn’t been cleaned in some time. He went into the kitchen and looked in the refrigerator. It seemed well stocked, but when he opened the carton of milk and sniffed, he discovered water inside—which was just as well, since the milk’s expiration period had ended around the time that the People cover story had been new. Water in the milk carton. Out-of-date magazine on the sofa. Dust everywhere, even coating the kitchen counters. Abby didn’t live here. Nobody did. This apartment was a sham, a shell. It was a dummy address, like the dummy corporations his partner had set up when establishing the overseas bank accounts. It could pass inspection if somebody came to visit, assuming the visitor didn’t look too closely, but it wasn’t meant to be used. Now that he thought about it, the apartment was remarkable for what”

― Michael Prescott, Dangerous Games

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