- File Size: 7884 KB
- Print Length: 592 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Writers Exchange E-Publishing (April 26, 2017)
- Publication Date: April 26, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B071RNBS1Y
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
Tony Mandolin Mystery, Book 6: The Clone in the Closet Kindle Edition
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Top customer reviews
This is the sixth of the Tony Mandolin books and my only complaint is with the descriptions on Amazon UK which do not list or number the books in order. This means that despite my best efforts I am not reading them in order. The author has come to my rescue by including enough references to previous stories so I don’t feel lost.
I love the combination of detective noir and supernatural in his works which keeps the plot and my imagination on top form. Tony Mandolin is a P.I. a private investigator with the sight into the underworld of San Francisco and by that I mean the world of demons, fairies, gods and magicians (not the rabbits from hats variety). He has few friends in the local constabulary because he solves cases which baffle them and his weird cases tend to overflow into their territory.
This case is no exception. Toni’s partner, the largest, toughest cross dressing black drag queen in the Bay area is a force to be reckoned with and when multiple versions of him start disturbing the peace the cops are not amused. Combine this with a Norse demi-god who has lost her soul and the rest of the pantheon taking an interest then trouble is brewing. Stir in pixies, fairies, dwarves, hell bent on recreating a giant dwarf let alone the disappearance of the mightiest wizard in San Francisco and Tony has his plate full to overflowing. Once I start one of these books I find it difficult to put down but the pace and action are so frenetic that occasionally I have to take a break for coffee or something stronger.
Don’t just sit in front of your screen reading reviews get on and buy yourself a real treat. Chasing this epic round the seedier parts of Fog City could really knock off the pounds.