Dead Run

Dead Run by P.J. Tracy

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Computer game company founders Grace MacBride and Annie Belinsky—along with Wisconsin deputy Sharon Mueller—are en route to Green Bay, following reports of a serial killer, when their car breaks down deep in the northern woods. A short walk through the forest leads them to the eerily quiet town of Four Corners, where they find severed phone lines and a complete absence of any life. But the quiet is deceptive. Before they know it, they witness a horrifying double murder—and discover that this is only the beginning of a race to save their own lives…and countless others.

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PJ Tracy (PJ Tracy) Literary pseudonym of mother and daughter PJ and Tracy Lambrecht (Lambrecht) Another pseudonyms - PJ Platz, PJ Lambrecht, Melinda Cross (Harlequin), Mariah Kent, Jessica McBain. PJ Tracy is a smiling American duo of mother and daughter. The eldest - P.J.

Lambrecht - lives in Minnesota and collects underpants, the youngest - Tracy Lambrecht - lives in Los Angeles and collects Eastern European art. Together they have written over 22 books, sold over 1 million copies, and are regularly featured in the media as a model of a successful family business. Of the 22 books, however, only four have achieved real popularity - a series about a computer game company called Monkirench, headed by five weird programmers, including a biker, a heartbreaker weighing over 100 kg and a beauty armed to the teeth Grace, who never takes off her boots.

riding and black coat. The first book in the Monkeywrench series (2003) was translated into Russian under the title "Death on Line" - there is no doubt that others will follow. In the retelling, the plot of this book looks almost parody: in the state of Wisconsin, a couple of elderly Catholic fanatics were shot dead in the church, who had arranged a hunt for homosexuals in the district. A maniac has turned up in Minneapolis who copies murders from a new online game invented by computer geniuses. The extremely charming Wisconsin sheriff, while investigating a murder in a church, finds himself involved in a hermaphrodite from a Catholic orphanage and the murder is directly related to a series of murders that the Minneapolis police are investigating. But the plot itself is perhaps not the main thing here. In the detective story of P.J.

Tracy, there is a clear feminine handwriting: charming characters, love relationships outlined almost from the first page, every second hero belongs to some minority, and, although the book is considered a thriller, everything is so cozy and homely that it does not you have time to get really scared. Only the denouement is weak, but by the middle of the story you do not care at all who the killer is, as long as they do not turn out to be one of these charming heroes with whom you are already preparing to meet in the next volume.  Weekend magazine # 42 (88) dated 31.10.2008 . The authors in one of the interview admitted that they almost never know how it will end their book. But they have precisely chosen the key to the readers - these are well-written characters, a delicate balance of rhythm, a verified dosage of information in each chapter, keeping interest, but at the same time moving the plot forward. Their books have won the Anthony, Barry, Gumshoe, and Minnesota Book Awards.  Tracy & # 039; s website .  Bibliography Series Monkeewrench - Monkeewrench 2003 - 1.

Monkeewrench (aka Want to Play?) - Death on line 2004 - 2.

Live Bait - Bait 2005 - 3.

Dead Run - Death Ride 2006 - 4.

Snow Blind - Snow Blind 2009 - 5.

Shoot to Thrill (aka Play to Kill)

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PJ Tracy (PJ Tracy) Literary pseudonym of mother and daughter PJ and Tracy Lambrecht (Lambrecht) Another pseudonyms - PJ Platz, PJ Lambrecht, Melinda Cross (Harlequin), Mariah Kent, Jessica McBain. PJ Tracy is a smiling American duo of mother and daughter. The eldest - P.J. Lambrecht - lives in Minnesota and collects underpants, the youngest - Tracy Lambrecht - lives in Los Angeles and collects Eastern European art. Together they have written over 22 books, sold over 1 million copies, and are regularly featured in the media as a model of a successful family business. Of the 22 books, however, only four have achieved real popularity - a series about a computer game company called Monkirench, headed by five weird programmers, including a biker, a heartbreaker weighing over 100 kg and a beauty armed to the teeth Grace, who never takes off her boots. riding and black coat. The first book in the Monkeywrench series (2003) was translated into Russian under the title "Death on Line" - there is no doubt that others will follow. In the retelling, the plot of this book looks almost parody: in the state of Wisconsin, a couple of elderly Catholic fanatics were shot dead in the church, who had arranged a hunt for homosexuals in the district. A maniac has turned up in Minneapolis who copies murders from a new online game invented by computer geniuses. The extremely charming Wisconsin sheriff, while investigating a murder in a church, finds himself involved in a hermaphrodite from a Catholic orphanage and the murder is directly related to a series of murders that the Minneapolis police are investigating. But the plot itself is perhaps not the main thing here. In the detective story of P.J. Tracy, there is a clear feminine handwriting: charming characters, love relationships outlined almost from the first page, every second hero belongs to some minority, and, although the book is considered a thriller, everything is so cozy and homely that it does not you have time to get really scared. Only the denouement is weak, but by the middle of the story you do not care at all who the killer is, as long as they do not turn out to be one of these charming heroes with whom you are already preparing to meet in the next volume.  Weekend magazine # 42 (88) dated 31.10.2008 . The authors in one of the interview admitted that they almost never know how it will end their book. But they have precisely chosen the key to the readers - these are well-written characters, a delicate balance of rhythm, a verified dosage of information in each chapter, keeping interest, but at the same time moving the plot forward. Their books have won the Anthony, Barry, Gumshoe, and Minnesota Book Awards.  Tracy & # 039; s website .  Bibliography Series Monkeewrench - Monkeewrench 2003 - 1. Monkeewrench (aka Want to Play?) - Death on line 2004 - 2. Live Bait - Bait 2005 - 3. Dead Run - Death Ride 2006 - 4. Snow Blind - Snow Blind 2009 - 5. Shoot to Thrill (aka Play to Kill)