By John Sandford
The fourth thrilling novel in #1 New York Times bestselling author John Sandford's Virgil Flowers series.
Two bodies in two days. One is murder. The other is suicide. Virgil Flowers never imagined that discovering the connection would lead him into the perverse history of the Minnesota farm community, and almost unimaginable darkness.
Awesome book5By T3x4ansNever read a John Sandford till I read BadBlood. One of my favorite books and when ever I can I always recommend this one. Enjoyed the beginning and loved the ending. Awesomely written.
Would not recommend2By BoredgamerRNVery punchy. Without depth. For such a highly praised book it felt like a terrible B rated movie.
Wow4By BillinLansingDark, but awesome action!
Bad Blood4By MnrkerOne of SandFords best! Period. Geoff Charles
Bad Blood3By auspiciousreaderDefinitely a "guy" book, but it was fast moving, and the narrator was very good.
BAD BLOOD5By TKRetiredThis was truly a great read. The characters were well-developed, details connected in with previous books smoothly, and there were enough surprises to keep it interesting, without seeming contrived. I spent too much time, watching the page count go down, as I regrettably headed toward the end. The scary and sick details were selacious enough to be interesting, without sparking prurient curiosity. The story line flowed smoothly and logically, and the ending was not anti-climatic.
Not good.1By ShotkizerSorry, did not enjoy. The worst John Sanford book I've read.
Bad Pricing for Bad Blood1By ScottsaraWhy did the price increase to $19.99 once the book went into paperback circulation?
Bad Blood5By Big Ed HoustonGreat story, Virgil Flowers is second only to Lucas Davenport. Great story line, excellent detail, scene illustration was great.all the technical points that you expect from this Author. Read this novel in 36 hours. Hurry with next lone please!
Bad blood5By NiminaI really enjoy this authors books. This one involves a rough topic but the book is very well written, the main characters great and the action toward the end is phenomenal. Clearly a page turner and well worth the read.