A Murder Too Close

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Nothing in New York has been the same since terrorists destroyed the Twin Towers. Nobody feels the pain more than residents of lower Manhattan who're still mad and want somebody to pay--even if it's the wrong somebody. Meanwhile, crime goes on in the form of the Russian mafia. Nu Yorican PI Phil Rodriquez finds his own life on the line as he fights a new terrorism and an old evil.

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About Penny Mickelbury

Penny Mickelbury is the author of ten mystery novels in three successful series: The Carole Ann Gibson Mysteries, the Phil Rodriquez Mysteries, and the MimiPatterson/GiannaMaglione Mysteries. Her short stories have been included in several mystery anthologies, among them Spooks, Spies and Private Eyes and Send My Love and a Molotov Cocktail, and she has contributed articles to Mystery Readers Journal. She also is an accomplished playwright. She was a newspaper, radio and TV reporter in her former life, Penny's first non-mystery, BELLE CITY: A Novel of the South, will be published in 2014. Penny recently returned to live in her hometown of Atlanta, Georgia.

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Review by: your bookgeek on Sep. 03, 2011 :
A sequel of Phil's tales of New York and Nu Yoricans. Again I loved the characters in this book. The language is superb and the storytelling a treat. This is not so much about mystery solving but about life in a lesser known part of New York.

But beware there are many typos and formatting problems.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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