The characters in Too Quiet in Brooklyn are so vividly described that I felt as if I could see, touch, hear, and smell them. They held my attention in every scene and drove the action forward at a rapid and steady pace. The description of Brooklyn neighborhoods, the New Jersey boardwalk, and the diverse restaurants that Fina frequented give the story a realistic slant. Add Fina's handsome police boyfriend, a best friend with smarts, opinionated family members, good guys and bad guys, and you have the potential to expand on a thrilling series.
Too Quiet in Brooklyn offers a gripping multifaceted plot that comes together and wraps everything up by the end of the story. If you're a fan of contemporary whodunits, you'll want to add this riveting book to your to-read list.
From the Author
Fina Fitzgibbons, the main character of this mystery series is a private investigator who lives with her boyfriend, Denny, in the Vinegar Hill neighborhood of Brooklyn. She mourns the loss of her mother, sometimes with an overwhelming ache. She hasn't forgiven her father for leaving. She fears loving and losing. She's wary of trampling on the privacy of others. She's not perfect, not by a long shot. Sometimes she takes Denny for granted; sometimes she's jealous of Detective First Grade Jane Templeton; sometimes she makes snap judgments. But she's smart and she's got that wizard thing going on. And something else about Fina--she never, ever gives up.