Item description for Dead Air: A Cycling Murder Mystery by Greg Moody...
In Dead Air, a sports reporter is determined to use cyclist Will Ross's limelight for her own career, while a killer is bent on taking care of some unfinished business. As he struggles to recover from tragedy, Will must find out whether a single ride can change his life and whether he is capable of taking the ultimate revenge. "Grisham on Gatorade" --- Rocky Mountain News
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.5" Width: 5.9" Height: 0.9" Weight: 1.15 lbs.
Release Date May 13, 2002
ISBN 1931382034 ISBN13 9781931382038
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More About Greg Moody
Moody is Critic-at-Large at Denver's KCNC-TV, reviewing movies, books, theater, music and new media. He has won seven Heartland Emmy awards for commentary, one of which was for his coverage of a local mountain bike crash.
Reviews - What do customers think about Dead Air: A Cycling Murder Mystery?
Dead Air, Dead On Sep 11, 2003
This review is long over due. I read Dead Air many months ago. I'm just now coming down from the exhilaration of another fine Moody murder mystery novel. Moody once again blends the two things he knows best...cycling and TV. He has written one of the finest and most exciting fight scenes I've ever read. If you think you know how this one ends....think again.
Hang on to your cycling shorts! Aug 9, 2002
Greg Moody's books are a fun habit. If you have any interest whatsoever in professional cycling (and who doesn't after Lance Armstrong's feats) read Greg's books. You'll get an inside, albeit wild and crazy look at the peloton. You definitely should read the books in the order written (this is the fifth in the series), to understand the history of Will Ross, a washed-up bike racer who has years of European pro cycling under his belt, but always manages to get in one last ride, or one last season, in each of the books. In the latest, he is on staff at a Denver TV news station, and is sent to cover a ride through the Rockies. Mayhem predictably follows, and Will must try to clear his name, find and outwit a mad-bomber, get along with his mobster in-laws, and take yet another ride-of-his-life. Hang on to your cycling shorts!
Must read... Jun 23, 2002
...as a followup for Deadroll. It extends the previous book which seemed to end abruptly without proper ending. The writing style of Greg Moody is very natural, so the book reads very fast. So read the Dead Air and learn bomber's fate.
Another Great Read from G. Moody Jun 10, 2002
Fans of Will Ross will not be disappointed with this much anticipated followup to Deadroll. My only problem is I read the book too fast. I guess I'll have to start over with book 1 and read the whole series. Long live Will Ross!
Moody Sends Us on Another Great Ride! May 29, 2002
Dead Air is another challenging mystery by Greg Moody. I so enjoyed getting to know new characters as Moody peels away the layers of their personalities, but I was also glad to encounter familiar old characters from his previous novels. The book flows with glimpses into the insanity of the villain and the T.V. Station! Along with the prose are gritty descriptions of life on a bike. Reading a book by Greg Moody is like choosing between plain vanilla ice cream or a hot fudge sundae... he makes you work a little harder than a "canned formula" mystery, but the satisfaction is well worth the effort!!! This is a great read and should be added to your summer book list!