Bad Blood

Bad Blood

Large Print - 2010 | Doubleday large print home book club ed
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When a murder suspect commits suicide after his arrest for killing a soybean farmer, Virgil Flowers uncovers a multi-generation, multi-family conspiracy involving a series of monstrous crimes.
Publisher: New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons, c2010
Edition: Doubleday large print home book club ed
ISBN: 9781616646424
161664642X
Branch Call Number: x Large Print Coll
Characteristics: 562 p. (large print) ; 22 cm

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tnbsstt53
Jul 01, 2017

John Sandford you should be flogged for saying that ugly thing about Grandma Moses. And them that let you print it should be flogged right along with you. Shame on all of you.

PimaLib_ChristineR Jan 18, 2017

Virgil Flowers #4. In Homestead, Minnesota, the local all-American boy has murdered a local farmer. When he's later found dead in his cell, an apparent homicide, it's time to call in Flowers. Another fun read from Sandford, combining gruesome detail with hysterical banter.

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desireerooks84
Oct 21, 2014

Another great Virgil f@%king Flowers novel! If you read this series, you will learn that his colleagues refer to him in this manner, which Virgil admits he was offended by at first, but got used to it. Another first rate read by Mr. Sandford. Fast paced and very hard to put down!

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rahmmie
Mar 18, 2014

Fun read, fast-paced, and despite being really predictable it is the perfect book for a weekend at the beach or a couple of days of rainy weather

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Eil_1
Jul 27, 2012

As with most of Sandford's books, this was an excellent read. The bad guys were truly abhorrent and their endings were appropriate.

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shannongehman
Jun 02, 2011

Bad Blood is a "Virgil Flowers" novel. Virgil is an investigator for the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension. His investigative methods often leave his superiors shaking their heads, but he gets results. Lots of twists and turns in this plot as Virgil uncovers a religious cult, child/sexual abuse, and pornography.

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mcd77
Feb 05, 2011

Really like what Sandford has done with his Virgil Flowers character in this book

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emerge
Dec 19, 2010

He's back..that (expletive deleted) Flowers. As with Sandford's other series, you can't go wrong with these books. The bad guys (& girls) in this one are particularly heinous & some may find the plot subject too disturbing but Sandford always balances it with witty dialogue & characters we've come to know & enjoy from previous books. Look forward to the next one.

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BIBLIOPHILE
Nov 01, 2010

Another Virgil F*@!ing Flowers masterpiece. The only trouble with John Sandford's books is that I just don't do anything else until I'm finished.

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