By John Sandford
The fourth exciting novel in no 1 New York Times bestselling writer John Sandford's Virgil plants series.
Two our bodies in days. One is homicide. the opposite is suicide. Virgil plant life by no means imagined that getting to know the relationship could lead him into the perverse heritage of the Minnesota farm neighborhood, and nearly unbelievable darkness.
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Extra info for Bad Blood: a Virgil Flowers novel
There was no DNA evidence. Lubricants were found deep in her anus and vagina, of a kind used on a national brand of condoms, suggesting that the men had worn condoms. Whether they had worn them as protection against sexual diseases or pregnancy, or as a way to eliminate the possibility of DNA, was unknown. If the former was the case, the pathologist noted, then the death may have been accidental, in the course of extreme sex play; and may have indicated that the perpetrators didn’t know Baker very well—that it may have been prostitution.
There was no lubricant on the outer parts of her vagina or anus. She was wearing no deodorant. The pathologist suggested that the body may have been washed after death, and thoroughly. The care with which it had been done suggested cool deliberation, not panic. Virgil leaned back and closed his eyes. A prostitute? The age was right. Probably half the prostitutes in Minnesota were seventeen or younger. Why was the body left in the cemetery? Was there some effort to do right by her, as ludicrous as the effort seemed?
Got your files right down the hall,” Kraus said. “We got them either on computer, or on paper, but I got you the paper ones. ” “That’s terrific. Just the way I like it,” Virgil said. Kraus said, “I’ll leave you to it. We got some coffee going down the hall, to the right. ” Virgil started by calling Bell Wood, an agent with the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation. “Tell him his personal hero is calling from Minnesota,” Virgil told the woman who answered the phone. Wood came up: “That fuckin’ Flowers.
Bad Blood: a Virgil Flowers novel by John Sandford