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About George Mazzeo
George Mazzeo spent thirty years as an Air Force Pilot before beginning a second career as an Aviation Science Professor. His interests include writing, all things aviation, outdoor activities, and sports. His non-fiction work, Sleeping Dogs...Ethics in the Workplace, published in 2001, has been a steady seller for fifteen years. Chasing Dragons is his first venture into fiction.
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Lou Rizzo is a down-on-his-luck private eye with a drinking problem. He scratches out a living catching wayward spouses in compromising situations. It’s a sordid, lonely business which suits him just fine. As long he can afford a place to crash, a cheap meal, and a bottle of whiskey he is happy in the minor leagues.
Then his world is turned upside down. His best friend is dead. The authorities say it was accident, but the family believes it was foul play. Against his better judgment, he agrees to investigate and soon finds himself immersed in a web of greed and intrigue. Add to that, someone is trying to kill him.
To solve the case, he must conquer his personal demons, piece together the clues and stay alive!
Lou Rizzo is a streetwise private eye who makes a living off philandering spouses. It wasn't his first career choice but losing an eye while flying a B-25 raid in World War II put an end to his childhood dream of becoming a commercial aviator. It also drove him to depression and the bottle. He’s begun to make peace with his fate, allowing him to take his first small steps on the long journey out of alcoholism.
One day a seductive redhead, with danger written all over her, slinks into his office and turns his world upside down. Her request…find the man who murdered her brother. He doesn’t take homicide cases; that’s police business and career suicide for a private dick. He knows better, but the lady is very persuasive…very persuasive indeed. Against his better judgment, he agrees to investigate and is soon embroiled in a twisted plot of betrayal, extortion, and murder putting him in danger as he struggles to solve the mystery.