"The book starts with Jerry observing his own funeral and then goes back to tell the preceding events. What follows twists and turns with an investigator hot on their heels - I don't want to ruin the story but would highly recommend this book and will look out for this author in the future." - Kay Bagridge (April 2016)
"One of the standouts for me is the detail the Author has put into the characters. I would definitely recommend this book. It is very entertaining." - Todd Simpson (April 2016)
"The Anonymous Man gets decent marks for creativity and intricacy...it's a fast read that runs through familiar local settings to a satisfying conclusion...Scarsella has the makings of a good storyteller...he and [Jack] Fox could go places." - The Buffalo News.
"This book was a brilliant read. The main character Jerry left you feeling sorry for him and glad that he got away with his crime. Holly and Jeff were the ones punished and this felt like justice. Great story and I thoroughly enjoyed reading it." - Viv Fortune (May 2016)
"Unpredictable, clever original plot." - Patricia Leto (May 2016)
"Wow what a read that was! Jerry Shaw, his wife Holly and friend Jeff decide to stage Jerry's disappearance to claim a $4 million dollar life insurance policy..." - Lee Cooper (April 2016)
About the Author
He also has published numerous short stories in print magazines such as The Leading Edge, Aethlon: The Journal of Sport Literature, and Fictitious Force, short story collections, and in several online zines. His short story, "The Cards of Unknown Players," was nominated for the Pushcart Prize.
His credentials can be accessed at vincentscarsella.webs.com. Vince retired in September 2010 from a long career with the State of New York in the Buffalo area as a prosecutor, attorney disciplinary counsel, and tax attorney. In May, 2011, he and his wife, Rosanne, moved to Davenport, Florida, minutes from Disney World, where he teaches at Polk State College and writes.