Invisible Prey , etc.), gets a chance to shine in his own vehicle and does so brightly. The"/>
 

Dark of the Moon

John Sandford, Author
John Sandford, Author . Putnam $26.95 (373p) ISBN 978-0-399-15477-5
Reviewed on: 07/23/2007
Release date: 10/01/2007
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Virgil Flowers, introduced in bestseller Sandford’s Prey series (Invisible Prey , etc.), gets a chance to shine in his own vehicle and does so brightly. The thrice-divorced, affable member of the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA), who reports to Prey series hero Lucas Davenport, operates pretty much on his own as he tackles a murder wave that hits the little town of Bluestem. At the center of the story is old Bill Judd, hated by many who blame him for the Jerusalem artichoke scheme that made him rich and others poor. Other motives abound as do suspects—including a religious/survivalist cult headed by a felon or some of the many who participated in the long ago orgies Judd orchestrated. Flowers likes to stir things up and see what happens, and plenty does as the killings continue. Sandford keeps the reader guessing and the pages turning while Flowers displays the kind of cool and folksy charm that might force Davenport to share the spotlight more often. 500,000 first printing. (Sept.)

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