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Everyone's A Suspect (Napoli Series Book 2) [Kindle Edition]

Richard Guidice
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Book Description

Who did it?
The murder of a rich and powerful partner who worked at a securities firm produces a long list of suspects. Who killed Peter Goldstein? Was it his ex-wife, son, or perhaps a disgruntled investor? Detective John Napoli begins the investigation into the high profile crime. His new partner, Detective Terry Franklin, reminds Napoli everyone’s a suspect. As the evidence is collected, the focus of the case turns toward Napoli’s father in-law, Charles Martinez, a partner at the firm. Martinez had a recent altercation with the victim, which was witnessed by his secretary.
After a second murder is committed, Martinez is arrested for both crimes. Napoli has to face a family crisis with his pregnant wife, who adamantly supports her father. As the trial begins, Napoli isn’t convinced of his father in-law’s guilt. Things don’t look promising for Martinez as damaging testimony is given in the courtroom. Will Detective Napoli exonerate his father in-law of the crimes, or will Martinez face a life in prison?
Everyone’s a Suspect is a mystery that will keep you guessing until the surprising finish.

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"Using the rule that we see the murderer before the kill, I decided who killed Peter Goldstein. But then as I read, I began to doubt my choice and started suspecting everyone except Peter himself." -Judge from Writer's Digest 20th Annual Self-Published Book Awards

From the Author

The second book in the Napoli series proved to be one of the most challenging. Not only was it a mystery, I also had to introduce several new key characters. Detective Napoli was now in a new precinct, Midtown South, and had a new partner, Detective Terry Franklin. I decided to make Franklin an African-American filled with hatred and bigotry as a way of having diversity. Because of his poor attitude, Napoli clashed with him at the beginning of their relationship. I felt this made an interesting dynamic for the reader. However, some were turned off by Franklin because they believed he was too negative and overbearing.

Writing a mystery is much harder than writing a thriller where the identity of the killer is revealed at the beginning. The author must keep the reader guessing as to who the killer is by not giving too much away. Since some of the suspects in the novel were female, I couldn't use "he" or "she" when writing about the killer.

Many people who read Everyone's a Suspect thought it was better than Romance is Dead and kept them intrigued.

Who killed Peter Goldstein? Read the second installment in the Napoli series to find out.

Product Details

  • File Size: 443 KB
  • Print Length: 243 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1463401868
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005ET1B00
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,470,506 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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3.0 out of 5 stars Good premise December 26, 2012
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You don't really find out the killer till the end, so in that way it was very good. The Detective Franklin was a bit hard to take with his race-baiting attitude, and I seriously doubt anyone would put up with his comments be it his superior or partner. So that part absolutely ruined the book for me as to being realistic dialog. Otherwise, this author has some real twists that keep you interested. Good try and a so-so read, especially for free.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Keeps you guessing and wanting more! September 19, 2011
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This was another fine work by the author. I wanted to keep turning the pages to find out who in my mind was the correct suspect. I was up to three suspects at one point and was wrong with my picks when I finished the book. A true mystery keeps you looking for more tips to solve the puzzle and this book does not let you down. I am looking forward to the next book since you really connect with the characters and want to see what will happen to them in the future! I will definitly be following this author for more enjoyable reading.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Another great suspense novel by Richard Guidice!! August 21, 2011
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I enjoyed reading this book very much. It is an interesting, suspenseful story and a quick read. I couldn't wait to turn the page to find out the next twist and turn in the plot. I think you will be surprised at the ending -- I was! I am looking forward to reading the next book about Detective Napoli, his family and co-workers. I feel as though I personally know the characters from the first novel named "Romance is Dead." I highly recommend this book.
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More About the Author

Richard Guidice is a New York City native. His first book featuring Detective John Napoli, Romance is Dead, was a Finalist in the 2011 National Indie Excellence Awards. Currently, 13 novels comprise the Napoli series.
Writer's Digest Book Awards said the following about the Napoli books:
Romance is Dead: "Richard Guidice has written a well crafted murder mystery. The writing is quick and easy and makes for a fast, enjoyable read. A good book to read at night to wind down from the day."
Everyone's a Suspect: "The author did a good job adding red herrings in order to cast suspicions on several people. The story proceeds without much interruption and John's personality remains consistent."
Murder Along the Shore: "I liked the hero, John Napoli, a great Italian-American. He was an excellent husband and father, and had a perfect personality for police work. Beaches are always fun and the author has done a good job making them visual to the reader."

A Dangerous Windfall is a thrilling crime caper that will keep readers engrossed. The long-running Detective Napoli series consists of twelve thrillers and mysteries. The horror novella, The Cellar Dweller, is a frightening tale of revenge. In addition, the romance stories, Wrong Impression and Stolen Glances are also available as well as the suspenseful, Higher Education.

The next Napoli novel, Deadly Night is scheduled for release in June. Richard is currently working on the next Napoli installment and an erotic thriller.

Please email at richmg711@gmail.com with any questions or comments.


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