Want to Play? - P.J. Tracy Reviews
Description:ISBN 0141011327 / Genre: Crime / Thriller
Newest Review: ... due to some event that happened whilst they were friends at university really intrigued me. There were nice twists and turns ... more
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P. J. Tracy Want to Play?
Paperback. Pub Date: 2004 Pages: 496 Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd ...
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Customer Want to Play? - P.J. Tracy Reviews (3)
by - written on 24/01/12 (Useful, 7 readings)
I bought this book a while ago but only got round to reading it a few months ago! I don't usually read thrillers, but I have enjoyed reading Tess Gerritsen so I decided to give this book a try. It was extremely easy to read and I found myself getting more and more into the story. The idea of a group of elite computer programmers (Monkeewrench) who have erased their pasts due to some event that happened whilst they were friends at university really intrigued me. There were nice twists and turns and I loved how suddenly a decade later, Grace, the main character in the story, is targeted once more when someone decides to copy scenes from a murder mystery game ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/04/08 (Useful, 64 readings)
This is the best book I've read in a long time, it's a detective novel but a very clever one. The characters are realistic enough to make you really feel for them when somethinf goes wrong, which it often does, and the plot is fast paced enough to be gripping and interesting. Plot The basic plot is based around two police investigations for murder, one is a single shooting of an elderly couple and the other a series of murders in a different town in America that are following the pattern of a computer game on the internet. The makers of this internet game are in a panic as they know that they are major suspects for the murder, however the police are in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/01/08 (Very useful, 200 readings)
In Kingsford County, Wisconsin, the local priest prepares himself to listen to the vitriolic and homophobic outpourings of an elderly couple; regular frequenters of his church and part of his community. However, nothing prepares him for finding them dead. Murdered! Sheriff Michael Halloran, and deputy Bonar Carlson are immediately on the case. In Minneapolis, Minnesota detectives Leo Magozzi and Gino Rolseth are assigned to the case of a jogger found dead - and discover there's something odd about his mouth. A day later comes case two, a murder in a cemetery - in which the circumstances are even more bizarre. Also in Minneapolis are the ... Read the complete review
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