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Live Bait
Putnam, May 2004, 23.95, 336 pp. ISBN 0399151478 As improbable as it sounds, there have been no homicides in Minneapolis for months and the detectives that work on homicides are reduced to working on cold cases. The terrific dry spell breaks in a horrific way when eighty five year old Morey Gilbert, a victim of the concentration camp, is killed outside his home. Homicide detectives Leo Magozzi and Gino Rolseth (of MONKEEWRENCH fame) are assigne...
People are playing a game called SKUD, which stands for Serial Killer Detective. Created by the five somewhat eccentric owners of the computer company Monkeewrench, the game has 17 murder scenarios featuring increasing difficulty. The player is to work each crime scene as a real life detective and build upon the evidence while shrinking the list of suspects until the killer is found. A test version is up on the Internet for advance orders and so far, out...
Snow Blind
With the discovery of two bodies found within melting snowmen, the Minneapolis Police department is on the hunt for a double cop killer. Margozzi and Rolseth are tasked with hunting down the killer which brings them into contact with rookie Sheriff Iris Rikker who, on her first day in the job, has to deal with a third melting snowmanbody. Set in the desolated winter landscape of Lake Kittering, the hunt for the killer leads to an enclave in the middle of...
Want to Play?
An elderly couple are found dead in a Wisconsin church, shot dead and then mutilated. In St. Paul, Minnesota a serial killer is copying murders from an online computer game. As St. Paul detectives Leo Magozzi and Gino Rolseth investigate the killings, Magozzi finds himself drawn to one of the suspects. Neither is yet aware of a link to the killings in Wisconsin, and a string of unsolved killings 10 years before. This book was published in America as "Mon...

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