Dark of the Moon
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Dark of the Moon

Author: John Sandford

Series: A Virgil Flowers Novel

Narrator: Eric Conger

Abridged: 6 hr 7 min

Format: Digital Audiobook

Publisher: Penguin Audio

Published: 10/02/2007

Genre: Fiction - Thrillers - Crime

Synopsis

Three murders in just as many weeks in the quiet rural town of Bluestream is unheard of. IIt's also no coincidence. And it's not over: Detective Virgil Flowers is about to be pulled into the middle of a killer's violent personal vendetta.

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About the Author

American author, John Sanford (a pseudonym of John Roswell Camp) wrote thirty-five novels, all of which are on the New York Times bestsellers list in one way or another. He was born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa in 1944, where he spent much of his time with his Lithuanian grandparents. Their home was very primitive with an outside outhouse and a subsistence garden. Life was work centered on the farm with hay being bailed each summer to feed the various farm animals. Fruit trees were also in abundance on their property. It was a good place to grow up.

Camp won the Pulitzer Prize in journalism, and also won the Distinguished Writing Award of the American Society of Newspaper Editors. He also wrote two non-fiction books. The Eye and the Heart: The Water Colors of John Stuart Ingle, and Plastic Surgery: The Kindest Cut.

Camp was married to Susan Lee Jones, and has two children. Susan died in May 2007 of metastasized breast cancer, and he married again in 2013 to Michele Cook, a journalist and screenwriter. Camp is a dedicated painter and photographer also. He, however, does not show his paintings.

Camp's most prolific work is the Prey series of which there are currently twenty-five installments, running from 1989 - 2015.......the first being Rules of Prey and the most recent, Gathering Prey, which debuted on April 28, 2015. Other series include The Kidd Series, The Virgil Flowers Series, The Singular Menace Series, and other various books and short stories.

Reviews Write A Review

AudiobooksNow review by Richard on 2008-01-04 11:31:08

Short and sweet- This is an excellent book and I cannot wait for the next go round with Virgil Flowers. It's a well thought out plot with snappy chatter. I really enjoyed this one.

AudiobooksNow review by Patti on 2009-01-15 15:56:05

I enjoyed this book. It is a really good listen

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