It begins with a floater.
When Minneapolis homicide cops Rolseth and Magozzi are called to a derelict stretch of the Mississippi River, they see a bride, facedown, dead in the water. And when the Monkeewrench crew – computer geeks who made a fortune on games, now assisting the cops with special anticrime software – are invited by the FBI to investigate a series of murder videos posted to the Web, it’s not long before the group discovers the frightening link between the unlucky bride and the latest, most horrific use of the Internet yet. Using their skills to scour the Net to prevent more killings, the team must race against the clock…before it’s too late.
Public Domain ©2010 Brilliance Audio, Inc.; 2010 P. J. Tracy
No, but I probably won't get another one from 'this writer
I don't know, but this narrator was way wrong for this book. His voice is much too old sounding which made the characters come across as tired and way older than they really were, and he definitely should NEVER EVER try to do a woman's voice again!
This storyline was all over the place and very hard to follow. There were too many characters which became very confusing. All I could do to get through this book, couldn't finish it. Would return it if i could.
I love the earlier books but this one was just not the same quality. I would not spend money for it. Love the narrator - the last book used a different narrator who was awful.
This is number 5 in the Monkeywrench series. This is a mother-daughter team who now both live in Minnesota, and the crimes in their books mostly take place in Minnesota. These books involve two sets of characters, the four computer wizzards called Mokeywrench, who can break any code and help the cops and FBI at every turn, and two Minneapolis cops who have worked with them. In this book, Monkeywrench and the law must find out who is killing people who some might argue deserve to be killed. In each case, the murder shows up totally filmed on the internet, and, to make it worse, the murderer, or murderers, send out an advertisement in advance on the web saying who will be next. If you haven't read the first four, you might want to start at least with the first one, Monkeywrench, also available through audible.
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