John Parker is a Graduate-qualified English/Spanish Teacher, owner and director of CHAT ENGLISH, an English Language Centre in Avilés on the north coast of Spain . A voracious reader, he has particularly loved horror fiction for many years.
From a deadly midnight ambush on a yacht
to the heart-rending murder of a teenage girl followed by the discovery of the
corpses of two immigrants and the discovery of three more victims,
Gino and Magozzi are going to have their work cut out to unravel what may turn
out to be quite a bloodbath, come October 31st. And they are going to have to work hand in
hand once more with their friends from Monkeewrench. Unfortunately, Grace
McBride is having problems keeping herself and her companion, FBI agent John
Smith, alive long enough to help solve the mystery.
Tracy offers the sixth Monkeewrench novel and manages to make an incredibly
convoluted plot, involving Somali refugees and American Indians amongst others,
into a well-crafted and exciting novel. Fast-paced and brutal in places with a
high body count, the reader is never bored and will race to the finish.
often happens with these series, there are threads from previous novels which
can leave the reader a little perplexed but then, you can always go back and
read the previous novels. I certainly intend to.