Live Bait

by P.J. Tracy | Literature & Fiction |
ISBN: 0141011335 Global Overview for this book
Registered by Sunnybubble of Wallasey, Merseyside United Kingdom on 1/4/2007
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Journal Entry 1 by Sunnybubble from Wallasey, Merseyside United Kingdom on Thursday, January 04, 2007
Picked up this copy at the charity shop ( 3 for £1 - what's a girl to do) I have erad it already and listened t the audio , so the purchase was really for bookboxes and the like..Sooo this igoing rvalling in Giz's shiny bookbox..Hope someone else likes it!

Spring has come to Minneapolis, bringing with it an unseasonable heat wave...and a chilling end to the longest murder-free stretch the local homicide detectives have seen in years. Two old men died the same night. One was tied to train tracks and left to die. The other was shot in the head beside a greenhouse at the nursery he owned, his body left out in rain that washed the crime scene clean. Other than the fact that they lived in the same neighborhood, the victims had little in common. The first victim was an overweight watch repairman -- an apparent nobody whose elaborately engineered death seems to be the most remarkable thing about him. The second victim was not only well known; the elderly concentration camp survivor turned nursery owner seems to have been loved and admired by everyone -- except his only surviving child, a personal-injury attorney with a sleazy reputation. With such different means and styles of death, the police hesitate to connect the crimes. But both are undeniably high-profile cases that need to be closed quickly and cleanly, especially after two more elderly victims are added to the neighborhood death toll.

As detectives struggle to make sense of elusive and contradictory evidence, input from the computerized detective program that's the latest brainchild of the innovative software design company known as Monkeewrench -- and unexpected intelligence from Interpol -- expand their investigations in some remarkable directions...and the price of justice soars to unexpected heights

Journal Entry 2 by loveamystery from Vancouver, British Columbia Canada on Tuesday, July 28, 2009
Oops! I took this out of Giz-angel's shiny bookbox and forgot to journal it. Sorry. Found it buried in one of my TBR piles. Looks good.

Journal Entry 3 by loveamystery from Vancouver, British Columbia Canada on Tuesday, August 04, 2009
Wow! This was really good! Now I'll try to find someone else who would like to read it.

Journal Entry 4 by loveamystery at Rhizome Cafe in Vancouver, British Columbia Canada on Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Released 11 yrs ago (8/11/2009 UTC) at Rhizome Cafe in Vancouver, British Columbia Canada



Released at the meet-up. Enjoy!

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