PJ Tracy books in order - Dead GoodThe series features Grace MacBride , founder of the game software company Monkeewrench. Together with her team of eccentric computer mavericks, Grace devotes her time and resources to helping homicide detectives Leo Magozzi and Gino Rolseth uncover long-buried secrets, catch killers and solve the unsolvable. Want to Play? In this brilliant debut, the slaying of an old couple in small town America looks like one-off act of brutal retribution. But at the same time, in Minneapolis, teams of detectives scramble to stop a sickeningly inventive serial killer striking again in a city paralysed by fear. When the two separate investigations converge on an isolated catholic boarding school, decades old secrets begin to fall away.
The P.J. Tracy mother/daughter writing team quiz each other
By Fabien. On September 14, In Reading Guide. Monkeewrench is the name of the computer software company founded in Minneapolis by Grace MacBride and Annie Belinsky. Monkeewrench is also the name of the series written by American author Patricia and Traci Lambrecht, the mother-daughter writing team known as P. In this series, Grace MacBride, Annie Belinsky and their team uses their knowledge and software to help the Minneapolis police department to solve crimes by finding links between the victims and cases.
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PJ Tracy is the pseudonym of mother-daughter writing duo P. PJ was a long-time resident of Minnesota until her death in December Traci remains in rural Minnesota, just outside Minneapolis, and continues writing about the Monkeewrench gang and other things. Warm your heart this Christmas with this wonderful festive tale from bestselling author P. Sentenced to community service at a secure mental health facility, Emil is unwillingly befriended by two elderly female patients who believe he is the final part of a big cosmic plan that will change their lives forever….
It is with great sorrow that I tell you our beloved PJ passed away peacefully at her home just before Christmas — on the winter solstice, the darkest day of the year, which was so very appropriate. She was only seventy, but she put up such a brave fight and her strength, grace, and courage will forever be an inspiration to me. PJ was a very private person for a public figure, but the truth is she had been struggling for a very long time with severe heart failure and outlived her prognosis by several years. She was a fierce warrior, but a time comes when even the fiercest of warriors must lay down their arms, and it was her time. It was her choice, her decision. She died on her own terms.