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Pickup not available. Add to List. Add to Registry. Books : Want to Play? Customer Review Snapshot Average rating: 4. Most helpful positive review. Monkeewrench is the first book in a crime series written by a mother-daughter team that calls themselves P. While I quite enjoyed this book while I was reading it, I was a little let down by the ending. I think the authors were trying to insert a big twist with their ending but I felt that it disrupted the narrative and left too many questions unanswered. That said, I will probably continue on with the next book as I did really enjoy the interplay among the character and the story itself.
The story follows two investigations, a double murder in a small town in Wisconsin and the tracking of a serial killer in Minneapolis, Minnesota. When a connection is made between the these two cases, the small town sheriff, Mike Halloran and his deputies come to the larger city and work with the lead detective, Leo Magozzi and his partner Gino Rolseth. The intensity of the story is lightened by both plenty of humor and some romantic entanglements.
Principal among them is Grace MacBride, the inventor of the game, who is extremely reclusive, more than a bit paranoid, and who won't even sit in her well-protected back yard without a gun in the pocket of her bathrobe. There are eighteen more killings in the game; how long should Grace and her fellow developers wait to alert the police? As the two investigations proceed, it quickly becomes apparent that a very dark force is at work here and that many more lives may be at risk. But how many of their own secrets will the Monkeewrench developers be willing to reveal in order to bring a killer down and how effective will the law enforcement officers in Wisconsin and Minnesota be when push comes to shove?
All in all, this is a very entertaining and compelling thriller, set mostly in Minnesota, the land where Owen Laukkanen and John Sandford have also set very successful series. There must be something in the water up there, or wherever these authors are writing these books. Tracy, like Laukkanen and Sandford, has created some extremely interesting and unique characters and set them loose in a page-turning plot. These more than a little wry humor here, a lot of action, and a conclusion that will have any reader on the edge of his or her seat.
I've already bought the second book in the series and expect that I will be making my way through all of them at a pretty swift pace. Thanks to whomever it was in my book club that suggested we should make this a pick. View all 11 comments. May 25, Phrynne rated it it was amazing. I'm going to give this one full marks for a story which held me engrossed from page 1 to page I loved it and read it in practically one sitting. The story was good, it was clever and it delivered.
The characters were well written and interacted well. There was humour and there was suspense.
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What more can you ask for in a good crime novel apart from a surprise at the end. Well I got that too because the killer was not who I expected: All in all this was a top read for me and I cannot wait I'm going to give this one full marks for a story which held me engrossed from page 1 to page Well I got that too because the killer was not who I expected: All in all this was a top read for me and I cannot wait to get to the next one, View all 6 comments. Nov 06, Brenda rated it really liked it. As the first in a series, much of this book is spent introducing the various characters.
What an assortment they are, too. It was fun, although slow going at times, getting to know them.
I haven't looked at Book 2 yet and have no idea which characters will carry over. I'll let that be a surprise.
In addition to the characters, two storylines are followed. One takes place in Calumet, Wisconsin and the other in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Two police departments investigate multiple murders.
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Also As the first in a series, much of this book is spent introducing the various characters. Also involved is a game software company called Monkeewrench. They are developing a game called Serial Killer Detective and it's only been released to beta testers. Sounds like something we could all play, right?
Well, someone is recreating the murders in real life. Well, not in real life, but you know what I mean. Although the pacing needed to be slow, it was well done and did pick up as the ending approached. There was great dialogue and some humor and sarcasm. I enjoyed this book and will read the second book soon.
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