By John Sandford
The fourth exciting novel in number one New York Times bestselling writer John Sandford's Virgil flora series.
Two our bodies in days. One is homicide. the opposite is suicide. Virgil plants by no means imagined that researching the relationship could lead him into the perverse heritage of the Minnesota farm neighborhood, and virtually unbelievable darkness.
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I’m more of an intellectual,” Virgil said. ” VIRGIL CLIMBED the stoop and knocked on the door. No answer. No sound, except the faint hiss of the chimney. Knocked again, louder. Called, “Crocker? ” Silence. Virgil stepped back from the stoop, asked the deputies, “There’s no chance that anybody called him? ” “O’Hare didn’t tell anybody,” Schickel said. ” Dunn said, “Let me look in the shed. ” He walked across the driveway to the shed, peered in a window, came back. “His Jeep’s there,” he said.
Good God no,” Virgil said. He gave her his third-best innocent-cowboy grin. “I’m a lonesome guy. I don’t understand it, but . ” He noticed then that her pale eyes weren’t the same color: one was blue, and one was green. She closed the green one, squinting at him. “I’m a trained investigator. ” “Hey . ” Virgil said. And, serious again, “If Crocker killed the kid, it’s possible he doesn’t know about the pants. That the pants might have the kid’s blood on them. If they’re wool, he’d probably dry-clean them, so maybe we could still get them—but we gotta move fast.
Ike says if the impact that caused the bruise had happened before that, it would have been much more developed. The thing is, we couldn’t find anything in the cell that would make a bruise like that. ” “Okay. That’s one thing,” Virgil said. “Two. He hanged himself with a strip of cloth he’d ripped off the end of a blanket. An acrylon blanket. ” “No. Wasn’t sexual. Anyway, it looked all the world like he’d hanged himself, and Ike agrees. ” “Changed his mind,” Virgil said. She shook her head, and he added, “Except .