John Sandford’s “Bad Blood” involves depraved religious cult

First an ad for the coffee maker the editors of Religion News Blog use both at home and at work. Read the reviews, and find out why coffee connoisseurs LOVE brewing coffee with the ...

John Sandford’s “Bad Blood” — his fourth novel featuring Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension agent Virgil Flowers — revolves around a church called the World of Spirit.

While the socially isolated religious group at first glance resembles the Amish more than one person in the novel compare it to the Branch Davidians cult.

Read more, and pre-order, at Amazon.com.


We appreciate your support

One way in which you can support us — at no additional cost to you — is by shopping at Amazon.com.

AFFILIATE LINKS

Our website includes affiliate links, which means we get a small commission — at no additional cost to you — for each qualifying purpose. For instance, as an Amazon Associate Religion News Blog earns from qualifying purchases. That is one reason why we can provide this service free of charge.

Source

(Listed if other than Religion News Blog)

More About This Subject

This post was last updated: Monday, September 20, 2010 at 9:57 AM, Central European Time (CET)