Heat Lightning

By John Sandford

Heat Lightning - John Sandford
  • Release Date: 2008-09-23
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 430 Ratings

Description

Virgil Flowers hunts a killer responsible for a strange string of murders in this thriller from #1 New York Times bestselling author John Sandford.

On a hot, humid summer night in Minnesota, Virgil Flowers gets a call from Lucas Davenport. A body has been found near a veterans’ memorial in Stillwater with two shots to the head and a lemon in his mouth—exactly like the body they found two weeks ago.

Working the murders, Flowers becomes convinced that someone is keeping a list—with many more names on it. And when he discovers what connects them all, he’s almost sorry. Because if it’s true, then this whole thing leads down a lot more trails than he thought it did—and every one of them is booby-trapped.

Reviews

  • It's ok

    2
    By 123razin
    As much as I like Virgil Sandford's writing is better with Lucas. Not as interesting.
  • Just OK

    3
    By Miketa
    Review Heat Lightning I've read many of the Prey series and was very impressed with John Sandfords excellent characters and mystery plots. When I saw he also had a series with a new character (cop) called Virgil Flowers I was excited to read it. The story was interesting with real life characters but no-one that was either unique or that wasn't a stereotype. The flow was smooth and easy to read but offered nothing that wasn't predictable or made it hard to put down. Heat Lightning offered nothing in it that would qualify it as a thriller or wow you with a few chapters of non stop action. It read more like a Michael Connelly novel without the twists and sub plots. If your looking for a straight depiction of just what a typical cop goes through to solve a crime you will like this series, but if your looking for hard to solve mystery or exciting plots there is a lot better out there.
  • Heat Lightening

    5
    By Nimina
    I liked this book. Great characters and good action. Build-up and end game are well thought out. Great author.