Bloody Genius

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-- "பொன்னியின் செல்வன்" (சுருக்கப்பட்ட பதிப்பு) 60கடல் பொங்கியது!” கோடிக்கரையிலிருந்து ஒரு படகோட்டியும், அவன் மனையாளும் விஹாரத்தின் வாசலில் வந்து இளவரசரைப் பற்றி விசாரித்தார்கள். இளவரசர் இங்கேதான் இருக்கவேண்டும் என்று சொன்னார்கள்” என்றார்  ஆச்சார்ய பிக்ஷு. “ஆகா! அப்படிப்பட்ட படகோட்டி யார்? அவன் பெயர் என்னவென்று தெரியுமா?” என்றார் இளவரசர். “ஆம்; தன் பெயர் முருகய்யன் என்று சொன்னான்.

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Guest 5 months ago

I have been a tad disappointed in the Virgil Flowers series, these past three or four novels. Since he became involved with/committed to Frankie. I liked him better as the modern-day swashbuckler, flirty, smart-mouthed, cop who didn't need advice, suggestions, or counsel from a girlfriend. It's almost as though he's been castrated and whipped into submission by super-strong and extraordinarily-bright feminists. His "taming" and the fact that he is often interacting with superior women leads one to believe the novels are being written by a woman. I miss the old Virgil Flowers. Some of us women appreciate witty men who run a bit on the wild side and see no benefit to pinning him by his wings to a page in a romance novel.

Guest 5 months ago


I have been a tad disappointed in the Virgil Flowers series, these past three or four novels. Since he became involved with/committed to Frankie. I liked him better as the modern-day swashbuckler, flirty, smart-mouthed, cop who didn't need advice, suggestions, or counsel from a girlfriend. It's almost as though he's been castrated and whipped into submission by super-strong and extraordinarily-bright feminists. His "taming" and the fact that he is often interacting with superior women leads one to believe the novels are being written by a woman. I miss the old Virgil Flowers. Some of us women appreciate witty men who run a bit on the wild side and see no benefit to pinning him by his wings to a page in a romance novel.

puravjha07 5 months ago

The last three or four books in the Virgil Flowers series have left me feeling a little let down. ever since he started dating/committing to Frankie. I preferred him as the flirtatious, smart-mouthed, modern-day equivalent of a swashbuckler who didn't require guidance, recommendations, or advice from a girlfriend. It's almost as if incredibly powerful and intelligent feminists have castrated and whipped him into submission. One might assume that a woman is writing the novels because of his "taming" and the fact that he frequently interacts with stronger women. The former Virgil Flowers are missed. Some of us women enjoy smart guys who have a wild side and don't think it's a good idea to pin him down to a romance novel page. I had also reviewed this book on shabd.in

Guest a year ago

i love this book because i never read it and this book is also cool because the cover looks cool.and it is also cool because it has bloody in the name

David 1947 4 years ago

My first Virgil Flowers book and I'm definitely hooked. A really well crafted story and hard to put down?

Guest 4 years ago

Loved it, funny and full of twists, first time reading this author and will definitely read more of his books

Guest 4 years ago

I have been a tad disappointed in the Virgil Flowers series, these past three or four novels. Since he became involved with/committed to Frankie. I liked him better as the modern-day swashbuckler, flirty, smart-mouthed, cop who didn't need advice, suggestions, or counsel from a girlfriend. It's almost as though he's been castrated and whipped into submission by super-strong and extraordinarily-bright feminists. His "taming" and the fact that he is often interacting with superior women leads one to believe the novels are being written by a woman. I miss the old Virgil Flowers. Some of us women appreciate witty men who run a bit on the wild side and see no benefit to pinning him by his wings to a page in a romance novel.

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