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Jim Fusilli's fine writing paints a vivid, noir-tinged portrait of New York's streets and people, and only the most cold-hearted reader could fail to care about Terry, his daughter Bella, and many other vividly drawn, often damaged characters. Fusilli's sense of place and pacing falter a bit in New Orleans--including a section near the end, which sags noticeably--but most of the story is set in the Big Apple, and is pitch-perfect. This is one of the most powerful, enjoyable crime tales of the season. --Nicholas H. Allison
Oh my gosh! I never expected this!
In the first two novels featuring Terry Orr, darkly obsessed about finding the musical genius who killed his wife and baby son in a... Read more
It starts out a little slow, but stick with it and you will be rewarded with rich, believable characters and a tight plot. Read morePublished 22 months ago by VoraciousReader
This is the third installment in the Terry Orr chronicles. Terry is an independently wealthy Manhattanite, father of a precocious teenage daughter, (Bella), and a widower... Read morePublished on June 20, 2006 by JoeV
"Tribeca Blues" picks up approximately a year after events depicted in "A Well-Known Secret" with the shocking death of Leo, owner of Tilt and Terry Orr's good friend. Read morePublished on August 11, 2005 by Kevin Tipple
All the threads of the first two novels about Terry Orr come together here in a (more or less) satisfying resolution, which means you definitely do *not* want to read this book... Read morePublished on March 14, 2005 by Michael K. Smith
This book is the third in the Orr series, but it's the first one I picked up. It's fantastic. Fusilli is an excellent writer. Keep 'em coming!Published on July 8, 2004 by Bee-Bee
In this third installment in Fusilli's Terry Orr series, Fusilli explores Orr's quest for vengeance for his wife's death five years earlier. As a P.I. Read morePublished on October 19, 2003 by Sheri Melnick