Law and Vengeance – a Book Review

Law and VengeanceTitle: Law and Vengeance by Mike Papantonio

Genre: Currently #4460 on Amazon Best Sellers Rank in Books Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Thrillers & Suspense, Spies & Politics, Political

Publisher: Select Books

Publication Date: To be published September 26, 2017

Source: Select Books and NetGalley

Title and Cover: Law and Vengeance – Attractive cover conveys genre

Mike Papantonio features Gina Romano in the author’s soon to be released sophomore “law” books in Law and Vengeance. (He previously wrote Law and Disorder featuring the same characters.) Gina Romano is a hard-hitting and extremely successful trial lawyer with Bergman/Deketomis, a law firm who has a history of exposing corporate crooks.  Jersey girl Gina is savvy and smart, but as I’ve mentioned before, another damaged female protagonist. She is considering her possible future with available, attractive and equally successful veterinarian Bryan Penn.

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Citizen Kill – a Book Review

Citizen KillTitle: Citizen Kill by Stephen Clark

Genre: Currently #4852 in Books, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Spies & Politics, Political

Publisher: WiDo Publishing

Publication Date: May 2017

Source: Submitted by author for review

Title and Cover: Eye-catching cover, but the title needs work

The debut novel by Stephen Clark, “Citizen Kill” is a start, though I’m still working through some disbelief–but okay–it’s fiction–a suspenseful political thriller and we don’t have to do any fact-checking here. Continue reading “Citizen Kill – a Book Review”