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

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.

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