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Snow Blind (Monkeewrench Series #4)

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  • Posted June 1, 2009

    Good Story

    The story was good, had a solid premise and a profound social comment, but was a little.....underdone. Could have had a bit more tension or edgy quality.

    Bottom line, I liked it well enough to share it with my family.

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  • Posted February 2, 2009

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    AN EXCITING THRILLER WITH LIKEABLE CHARACTERS

    Many will remember voice performer Foster for his deft reading of 'Fantastic, The Life of Arnold Schwarzenegger.' That story was a rich field for an actor, and Foster mined it well, as he easily segued from one characterization to another. The same may be said of 'Snow Blind,' as Foster becomes Detectives Magozzi and Rolseth as they face not just chilling murders but frozen ones. It's Minneapolis it's the dead (literally) of winter, and the idea of a snowman building contest sounded good. Minnesotans are hearty folk and many joined in the fun, filling a park with their icy creations. The fun came to a quick halt when the bodies of very dead policemen are found inside two of the snowmen - a shock for all, the townspeople, the entire police department and Detectives Magozzi and Rolseth. Within 24 hours there's a copycat discovery in Dundas County. Is it a copycat or a serial killer? There's a new sheriff in Dundas, Iris Rikker, and Magozzi with Rolseth quickly head her way despite a raging blizzard. These two detectives are pros they know they need all the help they can get so they call on Grace McBride at Monkeewrench to start searching the web for any hints they can find. P.J. Tracy (a mother/daughter team) has done it again - crafted an exciting thriller filled with likeable (and sometimes very funny) characters. Sit back, listen, and enjoy! - Gail Cooke

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 23, 2006

    More Monkeewrench...

    This book kept my interest, but I can't help wondering why we had so much 'cops' and so little of the Monkeewrench gang? They are the life blood of this series and I wish they had more of them in this. Of the series, Dead Run and Monkeewrench are the best.

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