I think the author is better at straight forward crime novels with a bit less romance.
As well written as you might expect from a Daley novel, it really is less and less a mystery as the reader begins to understand the people involved in the story.
Mr. Daley is a master story teller and sets scenes wonderfully so the reader can see the full setting in his mind's eye.
This mystery is unique in several ways. The main character is an ex-cop (not unique) who goes to work for a large investigative firm that specializes in industrial theft. Read morePublished on June 23, 2008 by Richard A. Mitchell
Reviewed by Beverly J. Rowe
Vince Conte is back. He destroyed his career with the NYPD when he caught the deputy police commissioner coming out of a hotel with Conte's... Read more
A very good book based on it's premise. Should be entertaining to just about anyone.Published on October 27, 2007 by Joe D. Harris
As well written as you might expect from a Daley novel, it really is less and less a mystery as the reader begins to understand the people involved in the story. Read morePublished on August 13, 2007 by George E. Feldman
Fast read of a jet setting private investigator who traipsed all over Monte Carlo, Amsterdam, Milan and some unknown duchy in between, while trying to uncover the author of the set... Read morePublished on June 4, 2007 by Bertie