Synopses & Reviews
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...
"Stylish, suspenseful, surprisingly funny and wholly satisfying." —Orlando Sentinel
"Reminiscent of the fine work of bestselling author John Sandford." —USA Today
Haunted by their pasts, Grace McBride and the crew of her software company, Monkeewrench, create a computer game in which a serial killer is always caught. But their game becomes a nightmare when someone begins duplicating the fictional murders in real life.
About the Author
�P.J. Tracy is the pseudonym of the mother-daugher writing team of Patricia Lambrecht and Traci Lambrecht. They each live in rural Minnesota, just outside of Minneapolis .�