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Couldn't put this novel down,from page one,this book was awsome
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Bad Blood what families and other people do to children in name of reglion.
I have a couple of authors I love to read and one is John Sandford. He has added a new main character in a group, right now of 5 books. I truly hope he writes more books using Virgil Flowers He is a BCA in MN. I live in WI and relate to all areas that Sandford writes about. Virgil is good looking, long hair, does not confirm to police dress, western boots and he always get his criminal. He also gets his share of women, need I say more. It's a can't put down read filled with action, death and how he solves the most different crimes ever written about. This is a series I'd recommend to anyone
John Sandford and Virgil Flowers at their best. Both of them. Excellent..
John Sandford continues to dazzle with yet another Virgil Flowers novel, and this one will not disappoint. Yet again, Virgil is called in to investigate after a farmer is killed while dumping a load of soybeans at a local grain elevator. The boy that calls in the accident is subsequently broken down by the sheriff, arrested and the next day, the boy is found hanging in his cell. The sheriff is now wondering if maybe one of her own men might not be responsible. When Virgil investigates, things quickly become very complicated as he begins to uncover a multigeneration, multifamily conspiracy --- a series of crimes of such monstrosity that, even though he's seen an awful lot in his life, Virgil has difficulty in comprehending it, and in figuring out what to do next. Edge of your seat all the way. A masterpiece by one of our very best suspense writers. Read it. You will enjoy it.Read full review
Good Book that could be better
Good book - Sandford is finally getting back to Davenport, his mainframe character of old, where his "Prey" series began. This book centers around Davenport's wife, Weather, and is good reading but still not up to his standard of keeping the reader on the edge of the seat with spellbinding suspense. Too much technical/surgical stuff to fill in the murder, drug bust real guts of the storyline. Sandford needs to bring back Davenport in his full fledged woman chasing glory if he wants to keep his loyal readers in tow. Nice book but could be better.
I love the author. It was always a good read. Keeps you on your toes. Can't wait for the next book.