Thrillers -- John Sandford

I’ve just read John Sandford’s “Dead Watch” and before that “Dark of the Moon”. Two quite different books, both excellent. The very end of “Dead Watch” is a bit flat but it is a really interesting book sitting in the American political structure between the office of a state governor and the president. The protagonist is characterized as a “forensic bureaucrat”.

“Dark of the moon” is a criminal investigation thing with an investigator who is not a maverick breaking all the rules, but someone who is in paid employment! Set in rural Minnesota (I think it was).

Worth a look. :mrgreen:

Cheers, Geoff

Geoffrey Heard, Business Writer & Publisher

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