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Thank you, John Camp, for Virgil Flowers! In this excellent installment of the series, Virgil rides all over Minnesota and Wisconsin in pursuit of a pair of abducted Amur tigers. From the crazy kidnapping antics, you figure this might be a rather benign story. You would be wrong. Blood, guts, cruelty, dismemberment, murder, assault, arson, you name it... Virgil and his superbly drawn cast of allies hunt down the Xanax-soaked villain and his butchering but endangered accomplices.
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This is a great addition to your collection at this price. Other BC "Best Of''s" don't have this deep a playlist of their hits and semi-hits. Their sound holds up remarkably well, especially "Burnin' Sky" which is, as mentioned, not on some other collections. I'm not sure I will be listening to a solid hour of Bad Company, but they are a great addition to any 70's playlist.
It’s a busy time at 221B Baker Street. First Lucy James, Holmes daughter from a brief affair, comes to the flat with a newspaper telling of the death of a banker who was involved in a German assassination plot. Holmes foiled the plot, but now the banker has been murdered.
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