Published January 2, 2007
by Signet .
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|Number of Pages||304|
Mr. Monk and the Blue Flu begins as any ordinary day for Monk: a murder scene complete with Captain Stottlemeyer, Lieutenant Disher and Natalie, but everything in Monk's world is about to change. The city of San Francisco and the police department are in contract negotiations, and when they fail the police force is ravaged with a case of the 5/5(5). Mr. Monk and the Blue Flu is the third novel in the Monk mystery book series by Lee Goldberg. The story opens with Adrian Monk and Natalie Teeger at McKinley Park, assisting Captain Stottlemeyer and Lieutenant Disher on a homicide. A young female jogger has been found strangled to death, with her left shoe taken. With her body being in the dog park, Monk borrows a set of binoculars from Kent Author: Lee Goldberg. Mr. Monk is a mess in yet another book based on the TV series Monk. It is a narration as usual by Monk’s assistant Natalie Teeger. The storyline starts in the home of Natalie when she finds a dead body in her bathtub, after she returns from her duty as police officer in New Jersey. Adrian Monk is horrified when he learns there's going to be a blue flu in San Francisco. He doesn't understand what the blue flu is - but it sounds terrible. Captain Stottlemeyer explains that it's not really a virus: the police force plan to call in "sick" until they get a better contract.
Monk is horrified when he learns there's going to be a blue flu in San Francisco-until Capt. Stottlemeyer explains that it just means the police plan to call in "sick" until they get a better good news is the labor dispute will give Monk a chance to get back on the bad news is it means he'll be a "scab"-and he doesn't like the sound of that either/5(41). Mr. Monk and the Blue Flu audiobook, by Lee Goldberg Adrian Monk is horrified when he learns there is going to be a blue flu in San Francisco. He doesn’t understand what the blue flu is—but it sounds terrible. Captain Stottlemeyer explains that it’s not really a virus: the police force plan to call in “sick” until they get a better contract. Adrian Monk, an obsessive-compulsive police detective, in San Francisco, California, in the Monk TV ne / possible spoilers: -The Author: Lee Goldberg. A serial killer on the loose coincides with a case of "blue flu" after negotiations between the city and the police break down. Desperate, the mayor offers Monk a position as acting captain of the San Francisco Police Department, the head of a team of detectives who had all likewise been cut from the force.
Chapters: Monk (novel series), Monk characters, Monk episodes, List of Monk characters, Mr. Monk and the Dirty Cop, Adrian Monk, Mr. Monk and the Blue Flu, Mr. Monk Goes to Hawaii, Mr. Monk Is On The Run, Mr. Monk Goes to the Firehouse, Mr. Monk and the End, Mr. Monk and the Man Who Shot Santa Claus, Mr. Monk's th Case, Natalie Teeger, Mr. Mr Monk gets to grips with the 'Blue Flu', dodges a bullet and makes Captain in the third book in this tremendous series. Smart, snappy writing with terrific humour and a huge dose of empathy makes, once again, for a first class read to devour in one delicious sitting/5(48). The Mr. Monk book series by Lee Goldberg & Hy Conrad includes books Mr. Monk Goes to the Firehouse, Mr. Monk Goes to Hawaii, Mr. Monk and the Blue Flu, and several more. See the complete Mr. Monk series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles. "Mr. Monk and The Blue Flu" is my second favorite book in the series after "Mr. Monk and the Two Assistants". In this book, most of the San Francisco police department calls in sick due to poor pay and the fact that police officers can not go on strike. The mayor is left without most of the city's police force and is forced to rehire some of /5(7).