*US edition title: THE SIXTH IDEA*
Cold Kill is the seventh book in P.J. Tracy's bestselling Twin Cities series.
Two dead bodies.
On a cold winter's night in Minneapolis, two friends are brutally murdered on opposite sides of the city. It's clear to homicide detectives Gino and Magozzi that the men were targets - but why?
A decades-old conspiracy.
As Gino and Magozzi begin to uncover evidence, the clues rapidly start to disappear. Lost websites and missing CCTV footage lead them once more to Grace MacBride and her eccentric team of computer analysts - the only ones who can help.
A deadly attack that could bring a city to its knees.
But as more bodies appear, the team begin to realize that this isn't fresh blood - this is a case that stretches back sixty years. And something that has been lying dormant is now awakening.
As Gino and Magozzi race to find answers, they slowly uncover an unimaginable horror: one that they must stop if any of them are to get out alive . . .
PRAISE FOR P. J. TRACY:
'A fast-paced gripping read with thrills and devilish twists'
'A powerful thriller and an ingenious plot'
'Scary funny, witty, and genuinely perplexing right to the end'
'Eclectic characters and zingy dialogue . . . exhilarating'
Filled with the same crackling dialogue, pace and rich vivid characters as in previous novels, Cold Kill is the new gripping instalment in the internationally bestselling Monkeewrench series. Follow the characters' journeys in the rest of the series: Want to Play?, Live Bait, Dead Run, Snow Blind, Play to Kill and Two Evils.
A fast-paced gripping read with thrills and devilish twists
A powerful thriller and an ingenious plot
Some of the best new blood work in the genre . . . Scary funny, witty, and genuinely perplexing right to the end
Eclectic characters and zingy dialogue . . . exhilarating
The latest novel in the gripping, bestselling Twin Cities series.
P.J. Tracy was the pseudonym for the mother-and-daughter writing team of the internationally best-selling Monkeewrench series. PJ sadly passed away in December 2016. Traci Lambrecht shares how it felt to lose her mother and writing partner