This is an intriguing story of corruption, sex and other underhanded goings-on that keeps your interest from page one.
With obtuse story telling, confusing useless characters, and tired, cliched metaphor, the book droned on to an underwhelming...I guess..'conclusion'.
He is nearly assassinated almost half a dozen times in a little over 200 pages, but he's still standing at the conclusion.
You can tell Jerome Charyn is a New Yorker. The rapid fire pace of his latest Isaac Sidel crime novel is indicative of the relentless energy pulsing throughout this modern day... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Nicole
A couple days ago I finished reading my second Jerome Charyn novel. After reading The Secret Life of Emily Dickinson last year I expected this novel to be somewhat different than... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Dianne Ascroft, historical fiction writer
By this time, the day before the election, I think the majority of us have decided politics was invented to drive us all nuts. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Barbara J. Mitchell
Isaac Sidel, after an almost 30 year sabbatical, returns as large a presence as ever. Read more
After a thirteen year hiatus, author Jerome Charyn has brought back his popular NY detective, Isaac Seidel. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Jersey Girl Book Reviews / Jersey Girl Sizzling Book Reviews
This is an intriguing story of corruption, sex and other underhanded goings-on that keeps your interest from page one. Isaac Sidel and Michael Storm make some team. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Mary Ann
Isaac Sidel never pretends to be perfect, nothing even close to it. But he also does not back down from a fight, or from anything he believes in. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Tia Bach
You know that the big thing every one is talking about is the presidential elections. They are even saying how the storm 'Sandy' is effecting the election. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Lynette355