Monkeewrench by P. J. Tracy

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People are dying for the new computer game by the software company Monkeewrench. Literally. With Serial Killer Detective out in limited release, the real-life murders of a jogger and a young woman have already mimicked the first two scenarios in the game.

But Grace McBride and her eccentric Monkeewrench partners are caught in a vise. If they tell the Minneapolis police of the link between their game and the murders, they'll shine a spotlight on the past they thought they had erased-and the horror they thought they'd left behind. If they don't, eighteen more people will die...



About P. J. Tracy

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P. J. TRACY is the pseudonym of the mother-daughter writing team of Patricia Lambrecht and Traci Lambrecht. They each live in rural Minnesota, just outside Minneapolis.
Published April 6, 2004 by Signet. 429 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Business & Economics. Fiction

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The root of all this evil is pretty clearly a hermaphrodite killer and a bloodbath at the University of Georgia ten years ago, but will Magozzi and Halloran put the pieces together, or even join forces with each other, in time to prevent the murder the fourth level prescribes for the Mall of Amer...

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As always, the repartee occurring between Magozzi and Rolseth is first rate, even as Magozzi and MacBride make a few tentative steps towards a reconciliation of their relationship."

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The four members of Monkeewrench are unique enough to be.

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But this time, they are devising a game called Serial Killer Detective, a many layered game in which each level must be solved before the next one is attained.

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Reviewing the Evidence

For the last several months they have been working on a game called SERIAL KILLER DETECTIVE (or SKUD for short) and have had great success beta testing the game on their website.

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Reviewing the Evidence

The settings of rural Minnesota and urban Minneapolis add to the suspenseful atmosphere as does the lingering questions of guilt possessed by several of the lead characters.

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Magozzi is estranged from MacBride, but he needs her and the Monkeewrench team if the murderers are to be brought to justice.

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