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Dark of the Moon


First the Army, then the military police, Virgil Flowers had kicked around for a while before Lucas Davenport recruited him to the Minnesota Bureau ... Show synopsis

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Overall customer rating: 4.250
Nancy D

good read !

by Nancy D on Dec 21, 2011

good read for a dreary afternoon - arrived promptly and in good condition

sally f

I Love Virgil!

by sally f on Nov 24, 2011

I have read all the Virgil Flowers books and highly recommend them all. He is equal to if not better than Lucas Davenport.


For Fans Only

by SeldomSeen on Mar 4, 2008

Dark of the Moon is a competent, if uninspiring, police procedural set in a modern high plains small town. Fans of the rural detectives of JA Jance and CJ Box will recognize the smart, but ?just-folks? nature of the protagonist who, in this case, happens to be an outdoor sportsman/freelance writer/ brilliant detective. There?s some well-drawn characters without a lot of emotional depth and enough conflict and puzzles to keep the author?s many fans turning pages to the resolution. There?s nothing seriously wrong with the plot, the setting or the characters, just nothing extraordinary or particularly surprising. For fans of the genre only.


Virgil: the next generation

by CommodoreTVP on Oct 24, 2007

I miss Lucas Davenport! But Sandford has sculpted an interesting new detective in the character of Virgil Flowers. He's younger and sexier and cockier than Lucas and has the potential to start a whole new franchise for John Sandford as Lucas heads toward retirement.

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