Ice Cold Heart (Monkeewrench, #10)
The gripping new thriller in P. J. Tracy's Twin Cities series, coming in Summer 2019On a bitterly cold winter night, Kelly Ramage leaves her suburban home, telling her husband she's going to meet a friend.She never comes back.When her body is discovered, murdered in what seems to be a sex game gone horribly wrong, Detectives Gino and Magozzi take the case, expecting to find a flirtatious trail leading straight to the killer.However, Kelly's sinister lover has done a disturbingly good job of hiding his identity. This isn't his first victim - and that she won't be the last...

Ice Cold Heart (Monkeewrench, #10) Details

TitleIce Cold Heart (Monkeewrench, #10)
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseAug 22nd, 2019
PublisherMichael Joseph
ISBN-139780241345825
Rating
GenreMystery, Fiction, Thriller

Ice Cold Heart (Monkeewrench, #10) Review

  • Phrynne
    January 1, 1970
    Another brilliant entry in the Monkeewrench series which is still amazingly good after ten books. The characters are like old friends now and I look forward to every meeting with them.Magozzi and Grace have their baby girl now and have taken to parenthood with ease. The Monkeewrench team are as usual except Roadrunner who breaks out of character after he meets a woman! Who would have thought:) We see a lot of the team in action in this story which is always a good thing.Meanwhile Magozzi and Gin Another brilliant entry in the Monkeewrench series which is still amazingly good after ten books. The characters are like old friends now and I look forward to every meeting with them.Magozzi and Grace have their baby girl now and have taken to parenthood with ease. The Monkeewrench team are as usual except Roadrunner who breaks out of character after he meets a woman! Who would have thought:) We see a lot of the team in action in this story which is always a good thing.Meanwhile Magozzi and Gino are called to investigate a particularly nasty murder and slowly find that their search for the killer is somehow entwined with the Monkeewrench team's financial investigations. Then of course there is a dramatic finale with last minute rescues and lot of bullets flying around.I thoroughly enjoyed it all and hope for many more of these books in the future!Thanks Netgalley for the chance to read and review this book.
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  • Donna Hines
    January 1, 1970
    Could there be a bigger picture? Is there a sadistic killer on the loose? Does the cold weather illicit more deaths?What if it's simply too cold too kill?Life imitating art or death?Makes you wonder when a young woman turns up dead and the clues lead back to an art gallery.Perhaps there's an underground destructive past here but one thing is for sure the deaths must stop.The digital age is great for connecting dots especially in murder cases so the cold case may turn hot over there.Meanwhile clu Could there be a bigger picture? Is there a sadistic killer on the loose? Does the cold weather illicit more deaths?What if it's simply too cold too kill?Life imitating art or death?Makes you wonder when a young woman turns up dead and the clues lead back to an art gallery.Perhaps there's an underground destructive past here but one thing is for sure the deaths must stop.The digital age is great for connecting dots especially in murder cases so the cold case may turn hot over there.Meanwhile clues are trickling in but at a snails pace and time is of the essence.Thank you to PJ Tracy, the publisher, NetGalley, and Amazon Kindle for this ARC in exchange for this honest review.
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  • Janet
    January 1, 1970
    I received a DIGITAL Advance Reader Copy of this book from #NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. From the publisher, as I do not repeat the contents or story of books in reviews, I let them do it as they do it better than I do 😸. Minneapolis detectives Leo Magozzi and Gino Rolseth join Grace MacBride and Monkeewrench to uncover a dark and ugly conspiracy that reaches deep into the safety of homes in this latest electrifying thriller from New York Times bestselling author P. J. Tracy.It's I received a DIGITAL Advance Reader Copy of this book from #NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. From the publisher, as I do not repeat the contents or story of books in reviews, I let them do it as they do it better than I do 😸. Minneapolis detectives Leo Magozzi and Gino Rolseth join Grace MacBride and Monkeewrench to uncover a dark and ugly conspiracy that reaches deep into the safety of homes in this latest electrifying thriller from New York Times bestselling author P. J. Tracy.It's a bitter winter in Minnesota—too cold to kill. There hasn't been a murder for a month, but the lull quickly comes to an end for Detectives Leo Magozzi and Gino Rolseth, when they're called to the gruesome homicide of Kelly Ramage. Found in a friend's vacant house, this was no random attack, and clues reveal that she was living a very dangerous secret life.Magozzi and Gino trace her steps back to an art gallery where she was last seen alive. The gallery seems like a dead end, but the art is disturbing and exploitative. It may very well be inspiring a sadistic killer because, in this instance, art doesn't imitate life, it imitates death.Tipped off about a year-old murder that is a mirror-image of Kelly's crime scene, Gino and Magozzi enlist the aid of Grace MacBride and her eccentric, tech genius partners in Monkeewrench Software to help them decipher the digital trail that might connect the cases.As coincidences emerge, Magozzi, Gino, and the team have to work around the clock at a breakneck pace to unravel a series of clues that form the framework of a larger, more sweeping, and insidious conspiracy than any of them could have imagined. Is Kelly the last person to die or just the most recent? And is there any way to stop it? If you are looking for a well-crafted mystery/thriller to keep you guessing, this is your book. Like all of PJ Tracey's books, they are suspenseful and gripping and the idea of the Monkeewrench software would be a nice reality to have for police forces, despite its "Big Brother" tendencies. (No, Millenials and/or on-readers, I do not mean the TV show ... 😢)The story will keep you guessing until the very end - it is the epitome of a perfect mystery novel. If you have not read Tracy's books, I highly recommend them. As always, I try to find a reason to not rate with stars as I love emojis (outside of their incessant use by Millenials on Instagram and Twitter) so let's give it 🐒🙈🙊🙉🐒
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  • Joyce
    January 1, 1970
    4 and 1 / 2 starsDetectives Leo Magozzi and his partner Gino Rolseth are suffering through another frigid Minnesota winter. They haven't had a homicide in a month. This changes when they are called to the scene of a murder. The woman, Kelly Ramage, was killed in one of her friends' home. She was last seen at an art gallery, so Leo and Gino trudge over to the gallery. What they see there is disturbing and shocking. On the surface the gallery has little to do with Kelly's murder, but the images th 4 and 1 / 2 starsDetectives Leo Magozzi and his partner Gino Rolseth are suffering through another frigid Minnesota winter. They haven't had a homicide in a month. This changes when they are called to the scene of a murder. The woman, Kelly Ramage, was killed in one of her friends' home. She was last seen at an art gallery, so Leo and Gino trudge over to the gallery. What they see there is disturbing and shocking. On the surface the gallery has little to do with Kelly's murder, but the images the detectives see there are disturbing. They wonder if the art could have incited someone to commit murder. The art work is very like the murder scene.Leo and Gino soon discover more murders that have the bondage element that Kelly's scene has. The killer has apparently been at his killing “game” for longer than the police feared. With the help of the Monkeewrench crew, they learn about their perpetrator's connections. He has cut a broad swath across the globe with his crimes.This book is very well written and plotted. The transitions are smooth and nearly flawless. This is a fantastic police procedural partnered with the speed and power of computer technology. I enjoyed learning more about all of the characters and I liked learning more about Roadrunner's past. As terrible as it was, it was good to learn more of what makes him like he is. I liked Gino and Leo; they make a great team. And one can't say enough about the Monkeewrench team. This is a splendid novel. I recommend it to anyone who likes police procedurals or thrillers. Another winner, PJ! I want to thank NetGalley and Crooked Lane Books for forwarding to me a copy of this great book for me to read, enjoy and review.
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  • Maranda
    January 1, 1970
    Love this Series! Monkeewrench Geek team along with excellent detectives; again race against the twisted evil serial killers that plaque their city. Team work and their super GOD like software make for a fast paced novel performed by amazing characters. I have only read a couple in this series but plan to treat myself to the ones I missed. Tracy has a talent for fleshing out not only the good guys but also the bad guys in her suspenseful prose. "A copy of this book was provided by Crooked Lane B Love this Series! Monkeewrench Geek team along with excellent detectives; again race against the twisted evil serial killers that plaque their city. Team work and their super GOD like software make for a fast paced novel performed by amazing characters. I have only read a couple in this series but plan to treat myself to the ones I missed. Tracy has a talent for fleshing out not only the good guys but also the bad guys in her suspenseful prose. "A copy of this book was provided by Crooked Lane Books via NetGalley with no requirements for a review. Comments here are my honest opinion." MONKEEWRENCH RULES! Can't wait for the next in this series.
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  • Janet Newport
    January 1, 1970
    Thank you NetGalley and Crooked Lane Books for this arc.I've enjoyed the Monkeewrench books from the beginning even though the previous book (#9) didn't have the same "edge" that I've come to expect. But Ice Cold Heart (#10) brings it back.... that feeling of imminent and threatening menace is present from the beginning. The story moved along quickly in spite of the complex story lines running throughout. Nice and complex and very, very twisty -- kinda like curly fries. All the usual characters Thank you NetGalley and Crooked Lane Books for this arc.I've enjoyed the Monkeewrench books from the beginning even though the previous book (#9) didn't have the same "edge" that I've come to expect. But Ice Cold Heart (#10) brings it back.... that feeling of imminent and threatening menace is present from the beginning. The story moved along quickly in spite of the complex story lines running throughout. Nice and complex and very, very twisty -- kinda like curly fries. All the usual characters were present and accounted for. This is still very focused on Leo and Grace, but Roadrunner plays a starring role in this one as well. Hope to see more of Petra in future books as I found her intriguing.
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  • Joyce
    January 1, 1970
    4 and 1 / 2 starsDetectives Leo Magozzi and his partner Gino Rolseth are suffering through another frigid Minnesota winter. They haven't had a homicide in a month. This changes when they are called to the scene of a murder. The woman, Kelly Ramage, was killed in one of her friends' home. She was last seen at an art gallery, so Leo and Gino trudge over to the gallery. What they see there is disturbing and shocking. On the surface the gallery has little to do with Kelly's murder, but the images th 4 and 1 / 2 starsDetectives Leo Magozzi and his partner Gino Rolseth are suffering through another frigid Minnesota winter. They haven't had a homicide in a month. This changes when they are called to the scene of a murder. The woman, Kelly Ramage, was killed in one of her friends' home. She was last seen at an art gallery, so Leo and Gino trudge over to the gallery. What they see there is disturbing and shocking. On the surface the gallery has little to do with Kelly's murder, but the images the detectives see there are disturbing. They wonder if the art could have incited someone to commit murder. The art work is very like the murder scene.Leo and Gino soon discover more murders that have the bondage element that Kelly's scene has. The killer has apparently been at his killing “game” for longer than the police feared. With the help of the Monkeewrench crew, they learn about their perpetrator's connections. He has cut a broad swath across the globe with his crimes.This book is very well written and plotted. The transitions are smooth and nearly flawless. This is a fantastic police procedural partnered with the speed and power of computer technology. I enjoyed learning more about all of the characters and I liked learning more about Roadrunner's past. As terrible as it was, it was good to learn more of what makes him like he is. I liked Gino and Leo; they make a great team. And one can't say enough about the Monkeewrench team. This is a splendid novel. I recommend it to anyone who likes police procedurals or thrillers. Another winner, PJ! I want to thank NetGalley and Crooked Lane Books for forwarding to me a copy of this great book for me to read, enjoy and review.
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  • Minx
    January 1, 1970
    I received a digital ARC of this novel courtesy of NetGalley and Crooked Lane Books in exchange for an honest and voluntary review. Will post full review closer to publication date of September 10, 2019.
  • Yolanda
    January 1, 1970
    Loved this mystery and the monkey wrench crew. Tracy is a gifted mystery writer who creates well plotted storylines and characters who we love with just enough twists and turns to keep it interesting. Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for letting me review this book
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  • Pgchuis
    January 1, 1970
    I received a city of this novel from the publisher via NetGalley.I remember being disappointed by the last instalment, but this one was back on form. It was perhaps 60% Gino/Magozzi and 40% Monkeewrench and the strands were well entwined together (if you accept the extraordinary coincidence of the two cases turning out to be linked yet again!) The weakest sections for me were those featuring Roadrunner's love interest, who did not behave like an ICE agent at all.The ending got a bit complex (I'm I received a city of this novel from the publisher via NetGalley.I remember being disappointed by the last instalment, but this one was back on form. It was perhaps 60% Gino/Magozzi and 40% Monkeewrench and the strands were well entwined together (if you accept the extraordinary coincidence of the two cases turning out to be linked yet again!) The weakest sections for me were those featuring Roadrunner's love interest, who did not behave like an ICE agent at all.The ending got a bit complex (I'm still not quite sure what was going on with the virtual currency), but the action carried me through to the end.
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  • Joyce
    January 1, 1970
    4 and 1 / 2 starsDetectives Leo Magozzi and his partner Gino Rolseth are suffering through another frigid Minnesota winter. They haven't had a homicide in a month. This changes when they are called to the scene of a murder. The woman, Kelly Ramage, was killed in one of her friends' home. She was last seen at an art gallery, so Leo and Gino trudge over to the gallery. What they see there is disturbing and shocking. On the surface the gallery has little to do with Kelly's murder, but the images th 4 and 1 / 2 starsDetectives Leo Magozzi and his partner Gino Rolseth are suffering through another frigid Minnesota winter. They haven't had a homicide in a month. This changes when they are called to the scene of a murder. The woman, Kelly Ramage, was killed in one of her friends' home. She was last seen at an art gallery, so Leo and Gino trudge over to the gallery. What they see there is disturbing and shocking. On the surface the gallery has little to do with Kelly's murder, but the images the detectives see there are disturbing. They wonder if the art could have incited someone to commit murder. The art work is very like the murder scene.Leo and Gino soon discover more murders that have the bondage element that Kelly's scene has. The killer has apparently been at his killing “game” for longer than the police feared. With the help of the Monkeewrench crew, they learn about their perpetrator's connections. He has cut a broad swath across the globe with his crimes.This book is very well written and plotted. The transitions are smooth and nearly flawless. This is a fantastic police procedural partnered with the speed and power of computer technology. I enjoyed learning more about all of the characters and I liked learning more about Roadrunner's past. As terrible as it was, it was good to learn more of what makes him like he is. I liked Gino and Leo; they make a great team. And one can't say enough about the Monkeewrench team. This is a splendid novel. I recommend it to anyone who likes police procedurals or thrillers. Another winner, PJ! I want to thank NetGalley and Crooked Lane Books for forwarding to me a copy of this great book for me to read, enjoy and review.
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  • Tracy Wood
    January 1, 1970
    This was my first P.J. Tracy book but it won't be the last. The story engaged me from the very start and kept me enthralled until the very end. The weather and the case chill Detectives Magozzi and Rolseth to their core, and as the tension mounts they know neither is ready to break. There were a number of different crimes being investigated all of which seemed very different to begin with but gradually the realisation that there was a link brought all the different teams together. The Monkeewren This was my first P.J. Tracy book but it won't be the last. The story engaged me from the very start and kept me enthralled until the very end. The weather and the case chill Detectives Magozzi and Rolseth to their core, and as the tension mounts they know neither is ready to break. There were a number of different crimes being investigated all of which seemed very different to begin with but gradually the realisation that there was a link brought all the different teams together. The Monkeewrench side was detailed but not to the point of confusion, instead I found it fascinating. The humour was first class, gallows of course, but clever and actually funny. The characters were engaging, and although there seemed to be quite a lot of them to start with they all fell into place and were all necessary for the story to work so well. There was also just enough off the job detail to make the two main detectives even more personable than they were when working together. I was able to read an advanced copy of this book thanks to Netgalley and the publishers in exchange for an unbiased review and would recommend it to anyone who enjoys first class mystery writing, it's one of the best books I've read this year.
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  • Mrs
    January 1, 1970
    Ice cold heart is the 10th book in the Monkeewrench series, this could easily be read as a stand-alone as it’s such a good story, but reading the previous books will give you a background to the main characters which heightens your enjoyment as you can see how their lives have progressed.This time the monkeewrench team are looking into a bit coin fraud and this starts interlinking with The Minneapolis police detectives Leo and Gino case, they have a murder on their hands, a kidnapping and links Ice cold heart is the 10th book in the Monkeewrench series, this could easily be read as a stand-alone as it’s such a good story, but reading the previous books will give you a background to the main characters which heightens your enjoyment as you can see how their lives have progressed.This time the monkeewrench team are looking into a bit coin fraud and this starts interlinking with The Minneapolis police detectives Leo and Gino case, they have a murder on their hands, a kidnapping and links to a war criminal from the Balkans responsible for hundreds of deaths during the Balkan wars.There is the usual great banter between Leo and Gino, plus into the mix is a Minneapolis winter the description of which will leave you shivering.Grace and Leo now have a daughter who has enriched not just their lives but the whole of the team.A great thriller with a satisfying ending, a few red herrings so sharp intake of breath from me when the killer was revealed. Role on the next book.My thanks to net galley and publisher for the opportunity to review this book honestly.
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  • Melanie Johnson
    January 1, 1970
    Another great book featuring the Monkeewrench crew, but you don't have to read the entire series to enjoy this one. A trophy wife decides that life is boring with her accountant husband, so she decides to do something daring to spice up her life. She ends up being a victim to a brutal murder. She was last seen at an "art" exhibit where the artist, "Rado", shows violent images of women alongside his sculptures. There is a concurrent storyline about an internet breach of a bitcoin website where a Another great book featuring the Monkeewrench crew, but you don't have to read the entire series to enjoy this one. A trophy wife decides that life is boring with her accountant husband, so she decides to do something daring to spice up her life. She ends up being a victim to a brutal murder. She was last seen at an "art" exhibit where the artist, "Rado", shows violent images of women alongside his sculptures. There is a concurrent storyline about an internet breach of a bitcoin website where a hacker has stolen a bunch of money, which is how Monkeewrench gets involved. As White Hat hackers, they are helping solve the mystery of the missing money which may have a tie to the murder. As a side note, these books are set in Minnesota which gives me a great appreciation for living in Georgia :)Thanks to NetGalley for the advanced copy in exchange for an honest review.
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  • Aimee Lee
    January 1, 1970
    To be honest I'm not sure how I felt about this novel.At times I thoroughly enjoyed it and the story drew me in but at other parts it completely lost me and it felt like a chore to read. Personally I felt Petra's main story was completely unnecessary and truly didn't add anything to the novel. It didn't really explain the main suspects crimes from the past I thought and didn't delve well enough into her background to be of any importance. I felt like the author was trying to add another level of To be honest I'm not sure how I felt about this novel.At times I thoroughly enjoyed it and the story drew me in but at other parts it completely lost me and it felt like a chore to read. Personally I felt Petra's main story was completely unnecessary and truly didn't add anything to the novel. It didn't really explain the main suspects crimes from the past I thought and didn't delve well enough into her background to be of any importance. I felt like the author was trying to add another level of darkness but it just wasn't executed in the right way. However, there were other parts of the story where I couldn't put the book down. It almost felt like two different authors were involved in writing this. In my honest opinion the novel was alright.
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  • CL
    January 1, 1970
    ARC received from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review I've been a big fan of this series ever since I first read the first book about 15 (!) years ago so I was excited when I heard we were getting a new instalment this year.Overall I enjoyed most of it from Gino's moaning about the weather to getting some exposition to the mysterious Roadrunner. As always though I am left wanting more page-time with the Monkeewrench crew and would sacrifice some of the police procedural and POV of other c ARC received from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review I've been a big fan of this series ever since I first read the first book about 15 (!) years ago so I was excited when I heard we were getting a new instalment this year.Overall I enjoyed most of it from Gino's moaning about the weather to getting some exposition to the mysterious Roadrunner. As always though I am left wanting more page-time with the Monkeewrench crew and would sacrifice some of the police procedural and POV of other characters for more time with them.
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  • Linda
    January 1, 1970
    The title of this outstanding book does not only describe January in Minnesota, but the heart of a depraved, unbelievably evil monster and the Monkeewrench gang is in the thick of it once again. This investigation is like the spokes of a wheel, going off in different directions but ultimately, to the surprise of the investigators, meeting in the middle for an explosive ending that will keep you on the edge of your seat as the group hunts down a killer with the darkest of souls.Highly recommended The title of this outstanding book does not only describe January in Minnesota, but the heart of a depraved, unbelievably evil monster and the Monkeewrench gang is in the thick of it once again. This investigation is like the spokes of a wheel, going off in different directions but ultimately, to the surprise of the investigators, meeting in the middle for an explosive ending that will keep you on the edge of your seat as the group hunts down a killer with the darkest of souls.Highly recommended!
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  • Jen Juenke
    January 1, 1970
    WOW! Another great thriller from P.J. Tracy. I was getting burnt out on thrillers always trying to do one more twist and here is a straight up psychotic killer that the Minneapolis Police Department and Monkeewrench must solve.BRILLIANT! LOVED IT! It took my mind away and I just followed the clues. Its so hard to review a book, especially a thriller, when you want to write what happened, what surprised you, etc.Needless to say, thriller fans will NOT be disappointed with this book.I could NOT pu WOW! Another great thriller from P.J. Tracy. I was getting burnt out on thrillers always trying to do one more twist and here is a straight up psychotic killer that the Minneapolis Police Department and Monkeewrench must solve.BRILLIANT! LOVED IT! It took my mind away and I just followed the clues. Its so hard to review a book, especially a thriller, when you want to write what happened, what surprised you, etc.Needless to say, thriller fans will NOT be disappointed with this book.I could NOT put it down!
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  • Mary
    January 1, 1970
    It’s a cold winter in Minneapolis and there hasn’t been a murder in months. But that come to a end when detectives Leo Maggozzi and Gino Rolesth are called to a gruesome murder scene of a beautiful young women.. A terrifying quest unfolds but with the help of the Monkeewrentch computer Genius team they Solve the mystery after many twists and turns. Another thrilling mystery in this Monkeewrench series.
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  • Dawn Lawrence (Bonnies Book Talk)
    January 1, 1970
    Wow what a fantastic new adventure in the Monkeewrench series, I loved it! It had me hooked right from page one and didn’t let me go until the end, and what an ending! The story was full of drama, it was thrilling and dark with pure evil. Can Monkeewrench help the cops find the bad guys? You will have to read it to find out, you won’t be disappointed! I’m giving this book 5 stars, it was excellent and deserves it.
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  • Annette Geiss
    January 1, 1970
    This is the first Monkeewrench novel I have read and it did not disappoint. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It was about the sadistic kidnapping and brutal murders of women, but was also able to interject humor along the way, where appropriate. Thank you Netgalley and Crooked Lane Books for the opportunity to read and review this ARC.
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  • Dr. Barb
    January 1, 1970
    I have liked all of the Monkeewrench books and this did not disappoint! I like the feel of family and working together found within the Monkeewrench and Minneapolis Police Department. The humor along the way is appreciated with the suspense. Good characters and good story.
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  • Jan
    January 1, 1970
    The Monkeewrench Gang is back. I love that the gang is still all together, but they are all moving in new directions. Grace and Magozzi have a beautiful baby, and Roadrunner gets a girlfriend. P.J. would be proud to see how her daughter has carried on without her.
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  • Amanda Williams
    January 1, 1970
    This book was something a little bit different and I enjoyed the mystery behind it all. The characters were real and gritty. This book is guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your seat throughout the whole book.
  • Jennifer
    January 1, 1970
    I was really excited to see this new Monkeewrench title listed on NetGalley. More a police procedural than some of the earlier books in the series (I didn't feel the Monkeewrench portions of the book were as strong), but a very quick read, with some interesting twists. Nice to see Roadrunner's character stepping out of the shadows a bit, hope to see more of that in future. Many thanks to NetGalley and Crooked Lane Books for the ARC.
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  • Madeline
    January 1, 1970
    I could not believe my luck when this book popped up on NetGalley, and even more astonished when the publisher provided me with a copy. Many thanks!I adore this series. The characters, the tech (which, is basically magic to me, but described in a very relatable way), the setting - it's all great. The previous book was not quite a sharp, but Ice Cold Heart is a cracker. The elements of this book are so interesting and weave together beautifully for a satisfying conclusion. Highly recommended!
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  • Loy
    January 1, 1970
    What a great installment in the Monkeywrench series! I was saddened by the death of one of the writers of these books. But was glad to see that the book still had the same feel and freshness. This is the tenth book in the series. Magozzi and Grace have their baby and seem to be happy in the family life. I liked that all the Monkeywrench characters were in this book We see Roadrunner maybe find some happiness. Magozzi and Gino catch a brutal murder which turn out to be very complicated.The writin What a great installment in the Monkeywrench series! I was saddened by the death of one of the writers of these books. But was glad to see that the book still had the same feel and freshness. This is the tenth book in the series. Magozzi and Grace have their baby and seem to be happy in the family life. I liked that all the Monkeywrench characters were in this book We see Roadrunner maybe find some happiness. Magozzi and Gino catch a brutal murder which turn out to be very complicated.The writing is fresh and well done. I have read all the books in the series and this one does not disappoint. Thank you, Net Galley,
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  • Tracy Cavanah
    January 1, 1970
    It's a bitter winter in Minnesota—too cold to kill. There hasn't been a murder for a month, but the lull quickly comes to an end for Detectives Leo Magozzi and Gino Rolseth, when they're called to the gruesome homicide of Kelly Ramage. Found in a friend's vacant house, this was no random attack, and clues reveal that she was living a very dangerous secret life.Thank you to net galley and the publisher for giving me the opportunity to read this book it was a great experience first time reading an It's a bitter winter in Minnesota—too cold to kill. There hasn't been a murder for a month, but the lull quickly comes to an end for Detectives Leo Magozzi and Gino Rolseth, when they're called to the gruesome homicide of Kelly Ramage. Found in a friend's vacant house, this was no random attack, and clues reveal that she was living a very dangerous secret life.Thank you to net galley and the publisher for giving me the opportunity to read this book it was a great experience first time reading anything from this author
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