Publish date: September 2006
Publisher: Michael Joseph
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
Series: Monkeewrench (#4)
Snowblind starts off with an interesting hook when two police officers are on hand for a snowman building contest, when the bodies of two dead police officers are found inside a couple of the snowmen. One of the detectives love-interests happens to be a big hacker type who belongs to a group called ...
3.5 stars While I didn't like this book quite as much as the other Monkeewrench books, it was still enjoyable. The basic set-up has Detectives Magozzi and Rolseth trying to figure out who is killing people and entombing the bodies in snowmen. The Monkeewrench crew has only mild involvement in this ...
Most of this book was only worth 2-stars, but I felt like being generous... the moral dilemma in the ending made me think.
Murders with moral dilemmas have become the trademark of this series. Snow Blind wasn't as satisfying as the previous ones mostly because of the way it ended and because way too much of the time was spent in Iris' head, who I didn't care for at all. I also wondered how 3 different generations of wom...
3.5 stars. I enjoyed this installment in the Monkeewrench series. Like the others, I listened to the audio. It is not the best in the series, it is definitely shorter but I enoyed it. Unfortunatley, there is not enough of the Monkeewrench crew for my tastes but P.J. Tracy introduces some new cha...
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