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by John Sandford, Eric Conger
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Obsidian Blue
Obsidian Blue rated it 6 months ago
I still say that John Sandford was trolling his readers with the first book in his series. He took all of the complaints of the Lucas Davenport series and just went to level 10 with everything. Lucas was a man that no man can say no to, Virgil rolls into town and gets a woman interested in him in li...
Angel's Book Reviews 2.0
Angel's Book Reviews 2.0 rated it 5 years ago
2.5 starsI should explain that I take away 0.5 to 1 star if I have to take a break from being a feminist to enjoy the book. In this case, I only took away half a star - I had to do take a break, but it wasn't very difficult.Overall, a good suspense novel. Not very innovative, but it will entertain y...
Angel's Book Reviews 2.0
Angel's Book Reviews 2.0 rated it 5 years ago
2.5 starsI should explain that I take away 0.5 to 1 star if I have to take a break from being a feminist to enjoy the book. In this case, I only took away half a star - I had to do take a break, but it wasn't very difficult.Overall, a good suspense novel. Not very innovative, but it will entertain y...
EricCWelch
EricCWelch rated it 6 years ago
I do like this series better than the Sandford's long-running Davenport books, which has become a bit too redundant. This title is the first of the series. Virgil Flowers is with the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (kind of a state FBI but with a totally weird name - it really exists.) He ...
wbebout
wbebout rated it 9 years ago
This book is a good read and typical of other Sandford books. Fast action, convoluted plot. The problem was it was too much like the Prey series and could almost have been one. The lucky thing is...I like the Prey books!!
GizmosReviews
GizmosReviews rated it 9 years ago
**Synopsis** Far from the usual cynical, borderline-depressed investigator, Virgil Flowers is a likable, hang-loose sort of sleuth who enjoys life and seems to relish handling the "hard stuff" for his boss, Lucas Davenport (Sandford's Preyseries hero makes a brief cameo). Flowers's assignment is to ...
"Check Six"
"Check Six" rated it 11 years ago
Not bad, runs parallel to the Lucas Davenport series. Less action but more twists in the plots.
"Check Six"
"Check Six" rated it 11 years ago
Not bad, runs parallel to the Lucas Davenport series. Less action but more twists in the plots.
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