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In the enjoyable fifth Monkeewrench thriller (afterSnow Blind) from Tracy, the mother-daughter writing team of Patricia J. and Traci Lambrecht, special agent John Smith of the FBI's cyber crimes unit seeks the help of cybersleuths Grace MacBride, Annie Belinsky, and their geeky associates—as well as Minneapolis, Minn., homicide detectives Leo Magozzi and Gino Rolseth—in solving a horrifying string of murders filmed for the Web. The Monkeewrench team must create a program that can separate staged death scenes from the real thing. The first death they scrutinize appears to be the drowning murder of a Minneapolis drag queen. A stabbing, two shootings, and a strangulation are among subsequent killings that occur in other cities across the country. They catch a break when the eighth victim, a Medford, Ore., waitress, survives a stabbing. Newcomers will have no trouble getting into the story, and everyone will appreciate the likable characters.Author tour.(May)
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ISBN-10:  0399155201
ISBN-13:  978-0399155208
Author:  P. J. Tracy
Publisher:  Putnam Adult
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review by . April 03, 2010
It had been awhile since I thought about the Monkeewrench series of novels (which I've enjoyed), but they were brought back to mind when the Amazon Vine review program offered up the latest installment titled Shoot to Thrill by P. J. Tracy. It took a bit of time to reacquaint myself with the characters, and new readers would probably be a bit confused if this was their starting point of the series. I also thought the ending was rather strange, but not enough to ruin the book for me. This was a pleasant …
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