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Live Bait by P.J. Tracy
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Feb 24, 10

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Read in February, 2010

LIVE BAIT is the second in the Monkeewrench series featuring detectives Leo Magozzi and Gino Rolseth. Someone is killing senior citizens yet the only link is the concentration camp tattoos found on the victims. The death of Morey Gilbert is the most puzzling of all because everyone loved him and didn’t believe he had an enemy in the world. But he has an estranged son, a son-in-law still grieving after the death of his wife and on the verge of suicide, and a wife who not only moved the victim before the police arrived, but also bathed and re-dressed him. Her lack of remorse makes Gino suspicious. Grace MacBride is part of a four member computer geek squad who crunches data which helps out the Minneapolis police department. Although her expertise isn’t used as much in this installment, it is the banter between Leo and Gino, and Leo and Grace that is as enjoyable as the investigation itself.
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