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About Dan Petrosini
Married, and with two daughters and a needy Maltese, Dan splits his time between Southwest Florida and New York City, where he was born. Dan teaches at local colleges, writes novels, and plays tenor saxophone in a couple of jazz bands. He also drinks way too much wine.
Dan has written eight novels and has an active blog at http://danpetrosini.com
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Det. Luca investigates but is hampered by either the marine's inability or unwillingness to recall.
Where Does Justice End And Vengeance Begin?
You won't be able to guess who did it until the final page.
˃˃˃ Am I the Killer? The first book in the riveting, stand-alone, Luca Mystery police procedural series.I f you like hardened detectives and unexpected plot twists, then you'll love this gripping whodunit.
˃˃˃ Written by International Bestselling Author, Dan Petrosini.Fans of Law and Order, CSI and House of Cards will love this gripping mystery crime thriller!
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All that serenity was broken by human behavior gone off the rails.
Philanthropist Marilyn Boggs, is murdered on her private island near Naples.
Though irresponsible and spoiled, Marilyn was a pillar of the community. Who'd want her dead?
˃˃˃ There's a huge difference between fear and being afraid and the suspects in this murder feared their existence was in jeopardy.
Det. Luca instincts point to the husband whose motives are clear but inconveniently, other, credible suspects surface.
˃˃˃ Full of betrayal, tension, and suspense, Det. Luca is back in another hard-boiled mystery.
The Serenity Murder is the third novel in the Luca Mystery series.
˃˃˃ You'll love this story for its characters, grit, and mystery.
Fans of Law and Order, CSI and House of Cards will love this gripping mystery crime thriller! The Serenity Murder can be read as a stand-alone novel.
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Like all reporters, Jack longs for a breaking story but is stuck writing obituaries for a small-town rag. As his frustration mounts, it hits him that no one has died in over three days. Jack's odd observation becomes something far stranger when he connects a meteorite to the bizarre phenomenon.
Seizing the opportunity, Jack breaks the story and a struggle to control the meteorite's power breaks out. But there's more than that to worry about. With the survival of the human race hanging in the balance, politicians enact increasingly horrific measures and desperate citizens take matters into their own hands.
Jack's in a position to not just report the news, but change it, and his decisions and observations creates an epic thriller that pits the potential of human immortality against a force designed to change - or obliterate - humanity itself.
Only one man might stand in its way ... the man buried in the obits department.
The Final Enemy is a story of social disintegration as well as a saga of survival. Secret plans, starvation, suicide, and a series of events that spiral the human race into a desperate survival mode evolve from a seemingly singular event and leads to a fast-paced action story that delights with its penchant for the unexpected.
In the Matthew Mather and A.G. Riddle tradition, The Final Enemy is a gripping blend of thriller and science fiction that will prove hard to put down.
When an earthquake strikes Los Angeles it creates an opening for expansionist China and an important question.
A fathers abandonment and subsequent death of his mother leave a young Nick Covington struggling to control his destiny. Emotionally hardened and
yearning for a sense of security, he sets out to build a life believing that only financial success can provide the stability he seeks. He will do
anything to achieve his goal and as obstacles crop up, Nick resorts to reckless behavior, breaking ethical and moral boundaries. His journey leads to
stints in the Pennsylvania coal mines and Texas oil fields before ending in arctic Northwest Canada where the stakes are high and the outcome doubtful.
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