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VINE VOICEon 8 March 2007
I agree with a number of reviewers about this book. The characters from Want To Play seem to have moved into a different style of book. The book starts really creepily with lots of bodies being dragged up from holes and marshes and a deadly nerve gas, great atmosphere but what happens at the end, villains are not even cardboard more like tissue paper and one minute they are there and the next minute they are gone. The tension at the end is as exciting as tearing up a paperbag. It is obvious that this was written by 2 seperate people.

Lets try again.
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on 9 September 2017
This is storytelling at its best. Clever, witty and compelling characters and enough suspense and thrills to keep you turning pages well into the night. I love these books.
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on 15 April 2017
This is the third book i have read and it is brilliant! Had to pull myself away from its captivating pages. Can't wait to get stuck into the next book. A truly remarkable work. Thank you.
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on 27 March 2017
A great book that keeps you reading from start to end with a good story line can't wait to read the next book
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on 18 March 2017
Love this series - cannot get enough.
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on 22 February 2017
the whole series is a good read
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on 19 July 2017
Second time round just love the Monkeewrench team.
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on 9 August 2017
great price great service i would highly recommnd
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on 31 May 2017
Always brilliant books
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on 17 August 2017
The third entry in the Monkeewrench series finds Monkeewrench founders Annie Belinsky and Grace MacBride on their way to a conference in Green Bay, along with Wisconsin deputy sheriff, Sharon Mueller. As they make their way north, they take several scenic detours to see interesting barns and other such attractions. The authors suggest that this is something that women do on a fairly regular basis, and before long the trio is way off course and hopelessly lost near Four Corners, a town so tiny that it actually only has two corners.

As fate would have it, earlier in the day a tanker truck has overturned in Four Corners, with catastrophic consequences. A team of sinister men is busy attempting to conceal the matter when the women's SUV breaks down and they wind up walking right into the disaster.

It's quickly apparent that something very bad has happened in the little town and that the women might be in very grave danger. Matters are complicated when, for some inexplicable reason, the women leave their purses in the local cafe for the bad guys to find, alerting the BGs that the women have intruded into their midst. The women also inexplicably leave most of their cell phones in their purses, which means that they have no way to communicate with the outside world.

The male members of the Monkeewrench gang soon become alarmed when the women haven't reported in and so pile into the Monkeewrench RV and go chasing after them. As the book unfolds, it turns out that the gang has stumbled into a massive plot that, if not nipped in the bud, could cause a disaster of epic proportions.

I generally enjoyed the first two books in this series, but, for me at least, this one stretched credulity way out of bounds, practically from the git go. I found the plot to be very implausible and the actions of the characters often seemed equally inexplicable. It may be a while before I return to the series.
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