Storm Front

By John Sandford

Storm Front - John Sandford
  • Release Date: 2013-10-08
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Score: 4
From 1,107 Ratings


#1 New York Times Bestseller

An ancient relic is unearthed during an archaeological dig. A Minnesota college professor is keeping a secret that could change the world’s history as we know it. For Virgil Flowers, the link between the two is inescapable—and his investigation, more dangerous and far-reaching than he can possibly imagine.


  • Another Virgil Flowers gem!!!

    By tinaya0501
    When I read the lead in to the book, I was all 'Jerusalem, hieroglyphics & Minnesota'. Not interested at all! However, because of my absolute adoration for all John Sanders novels & the fact he has NEVER left me disappointed, I bought it & dove it. What a ride! It was another masterpiece that only John Sanders can create. Don't be foolish & think this might just be a 'skip' & move on to the next in the series. You'll be sorry if you do!!!
  • Flowers Has Met His Match

    By MysGuru
    Virgil Flowers has finally met his match with 'Ma' Nobles. I truly enjoyed Storm Front as another Flowers adventure but what I liked most was the development of the character 'Ma' Nobles. She is perfect as on going character to give another dimension to Virgil's lie. I only hope that author John Sandford will keep the character alive in Virgil's world. I can't wait for the next Flowers novel.
  • One Of The Best Books Sandford Has Written!

    By Cold Shave
    I have read every book John Sandford has published and this one is one of his best stories! I would highly recommend it.
  • Storm Front

    By Windmill91
    Typical Sandford novel. Good pace. Good story line. Central character acts as expected. Normal plot twist near the end. Virgil gets his girl - you just never know which one. I'll buy the next book too! Decent book
  • Great characters

    By Speaker2Animals
    A good crime novelist can create a memorable character who's featured in a series of good books: like Harry Bosch, Jack Reacher, John Rain, Elvis Cole -- and Lucas Davenport. A very good crime novelist can create a second memorable character, and Virgil Flowers is a prime example of this. Sandford has done another bang-up job with Storm Front.
  • Storm Front

    By Lyonstar
    Entertaining. Don't be misled by the cover. Lighthearted, but complex enough to be a interesting read. Enjoyed it.
  • Storm Front

    By Nancy layne
    This book was soooo boring. I couldn't identify with the characters and there were way too many! Plot line was scattered. I am trying to save you $$!!
  • Stolen Prey

    By Jeremy HS
    A bit convoluted. Not his best. No real excitement.
  • Storm Front

    By No. 3 reader
    I am really disappointed in this book......It was boring in the beginning......I read maybe a little over a 1/4. And then went 6 pages from end and did not feel I had missed a thing! Disappointed! Becky Dozier
  • Storm

    By Souki98
    I love reading and love these books because, quite frankly, theyre an escape....but apparently, Sanford just had to say something negative about Fox News...really? Sanford, I don't buy your books because I give an iota about your political beliefs, so keep them to yourself so when I spend my hard earned money on your books, I'm getting something for my money - a good story. Keep you're politics to yourself and out of the books.