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Summary

A few years back, Virgil investigated the corrupt - and, as it turned out, homicidal - local school board in Trippton, Minnesota. Now the town's back in view with more alarming news: a woman's been found frozen in ice. There's a possibility that it might be connected to a high school class of 20 years ago, and so Virgil begins to dig into 20 years' worth of bad blood.

©2017 John Sandford (P)2017 Penguin Audio

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Class act

John Sanford, one of my favourite authors and Eric Conger IS Virgil Flowers. Always excited to start a new John Sandford book!

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great Virgil book again

I just love these story's, the humour cracks me up,hope there's more. books to co

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  • Keith
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  • 02-10-18

Great read

Loved it... Like many excellent writers John Sandfod's main character, Virgil Flowers comes across as a very real person, he makes mistakes, gets into awkward situations but still persists and eventually triumphs..

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a great story

Eric Conger does another awesome performance of the latest Virgil Flowers mystery, with light comedy too !