Blog Tour and Giveaway- Too Quiet in Brooklyn by Susan Russo Anderson
I love new to me authors and a great book. Susan Russo Anderson's new book Too Quiet in Brooklyn is out and it was really good. Leave a comment and email for a chance to win an Amazon e-book of Too Quiet in Brooklyn.
A Murder, A Child Missing, & A Young Woman Determined To Find The Truth …
Something weird’s happening. It’s too quiet, at least for Brooklyn, so twenty-two-year-old Fina Fitzgibbons is not surprised when she stumbles upon a throttled woman in the heart of Brooklyn Heights and discovers that the dead woman’s four-year-old grandson is also missing. She begins a wild hunt for the strangler-kidnapper, Ralph. During the chase, she resists falling in love with her boyfriend, Denny, an NYPD patrol officer, steps on the toes of Detective First Grade Jane Templeton, and uncovers secrets about her own past. In the end, Ralph has a deadly surprise for Fina.
This is a new to me author and I really enjoyed this book . A thrilling whodunit will have you on the chase for a killer and kidnapper as the minutes tic away to save a four year old little boy. You will be so enthralled in this gripping tale that you will read until the last page wanting more. This fast-paced action pack drama brings the intensity of the story and a strong cast of characters that hold you captive from the start. If you haven't read this great mystery, get it today and start reading , you won't be disappointed.
About This Author
Susan Russo Anderson is a writer, a mother, a member of Sisters in Crime, a graduate of Marquette University. She’s taught language arts and creative writing, worked for a publisher, an airline, an opera company. Like Faulkner’s Dilsey, she’s seen the best and the worst, the first and the last. Through it all, and to understand it somewhat, she writes. Too Quiet in Brooklyn, the first book in the Fina Fitzgibbons Brooklyn mystery series, published December 2013. The second book in the series, Missing Brandy, about a missing teen, published September 2014, and Whiskey’s Gone, about the abduction of a single mom, completes a trilogy. The working title of the fourth is Dead in Brooklyn.