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Frank Incensed: A Frank Rozzani Detective Novel (Frank Rozzani Detective Novels Book 3) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
I was given the chance to be one of the several who received an advanced copy of the book.
I'm going out on a limb here but I'm putting Frank Rozzani up there with the Jack Reacher series by Lee Child.
The story starts out with, "Jonesy, he's got her." From that short sentence, I was hooked, I had a need to find out who had her and who she was.
Thankfully the story does have flashbacks so that you know what has happened in the previous story.
I loved the way the story flowed and kept you glued to your seat so you could find out what happens next. I know if I had a paperback version of this book, it would have a broken spine like all my books end up with. It was hard for me to leave the book so I could go do errands and other things around the house. I chose to read the book before I had anything pressing to do.
I cannot wait to get my hands on the first two books.
In the story, Rozzani goes after the guy who took his girl. He refuses help from his partner Jonesy and off he goes without knowing exactly where he needs to go. Near the end of the story he gets the opportunity to be able to be reunited with his children. He enjoys the time he gets to spend with them and the two loving people who have been raising them since the children went into Witness Protection.
To find out what all happens in between the beginning and the end of the story you will have to get the book and read it for yourself. You will not be disappointed. I hope you love this book as much as I do!!!
So, curl up in your favorite chair and pick up a book that you keep you mesmerized until the end.
usually that does the trick and I doze off in about 30 minutes.
This time I picked the wrong book.... Don Massenzio's new book Frank Incensed. It's the third in a series, but you don't have to have read the first two in order to enjoy it.
I was sucked into the adventures of Frank Rozzani, a tragic and damaged ex-cop with his obsessive drive to serve and protect still intact. This book doesn't put you to sleep, just the opposite.
Frank has already lost everything that mattered to him, his wife was murdered by the mob, and his children are in witness protection.
With his career in law enforcement over, Frank takes off to Florida and becomes a musician.
Unfortunately, he has allowed himself to get attached to another person, a beautiful Veterinarian named Nancy.
When Nancy is taken by the same psychotic old-time mob boss who had Frank's wife murdered, his inner cop kicks into high drive.
This guy blames Frank for his failure to stay in power in the mob
and he's going to get his revenge on Frank.
Frank and his loyal friends set out to make this guy sorry he ever looked up Frank.
If you liked Humphrey Bogart movies or Tom Selleck as Magnum, P.I.
you will enjoy the adventures of Detective Frank Rozzani.
There are plenty of red herrings and plot twists to hold your attention.
Now, a monster from his past has raised its ugly head. One of the mobsters wants Frank to help him and Frank is put into a terrible position, assist the man who destroyed his family or let the man kill the new love of his life. Frank, with the assistance of his computer savvy friend, Jones, have to stay one step ahead of the villain or Frank will lose another woman he loves.
It was an entertaining suspense story. I'm glad I got to read it. The title is punny as many mystery/suspense books are.