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Shock Wave by John Sandford
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Feb 25, 12

bookshelves: mystery-crime
Read from February 23 to 25, 2012

JOHN SANFORD RARELY FAILS TO PLEASE AND THIS IS ANOTHER IN HIS LINE OF GREAT STORIES. VIRGIL FLOWERS (SECOND IN MY MIND ONLY TO LUCAS DAVENPORT) INVESTIGATES A SERIES OF SOMETIMES FATAL BOMBINGS RELATED TO THE CONSTRUCTION OF A MEGA-STORE IN A SMALL MINNESOTA TOWN. LIKE ALL SANFORD BOOKS THIS ONE KEPT ME ENTERTAINED PARTIALLY BY THE TALE ITSELF AND PARTIALLY BY THE DELIGHTFUL PERSONALITY OF VIRGIL! SANFORD JUST HAS SUCH A TALENT FOR CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT. IF YOU ARE A SANFORD FAN, YOU KNOW WHAT I'M TALKING ABOUT.

THIS IS A VERY WELL ORGANIZED STORY THAT LEADS YOU FIRST IN ONE DIRECTION WHERE YOU ARE CONVINCED THAT YOU KNOW WHO THE CULPRIT IS ONLY TO DISCOVER THAT YOU WERE TOTALLY OFF BASE. THESE FALSE ROADS ARE, OF COURSE, BROUGHT ABOUT BY THE TRUE CULPRIT WHO IS VERY GOOD AT COVERING HIS TRACKS AND STEERING THE INVESTIGATION IN THE DIRECTION HE WANTS IT TO GO!!

IF YOU LOVE SANFORD YOU'LL LOVE THIS ONE!!
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