Back In Town

A Small Town Series: Book Two

Fiction - Thriller - General
210 Pages
Reviewed on 09/19/2014
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Author Biography

Marc A. DiGiacomo is a multi-award winning author. Mr. DiGiacomo is a retired and highly decorated police detective who worked for a small town in the State of New York. During his police career, Mr. DiGiacomo has worked with numerous police agencies including the F.B.I., D.E.A., U.S. Secret Service, New York State Police, NYPD, Westchester County District Attorney's Office and many other law enforcement agencies. He currently resides in New York with his wife and three children.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Bil Howard for Readers' Favorite

Packed full of suspense and intrigue, Back in Town is a fitting second book to Marc A. Di Giacomo’s Small Town Series. After Leo Kepler was safely behind bars, he suddenly disappeared; that incident came on the heels of the car accident which left Detective Donny Mello dead, and brothers Matt and Francis (Franny) Longo find themselves in a twisted mess. As they are looking at the security camera footage of Kepler’s disappearance, they both see something that changes the entire landscape of the small town; Donny Mello isn’t really dead. As the two brothers put together the pieces of the puzzle, Matt is getting rather serious with FBI agent Cynthia Shyler. With another group of Feds breathing down their necks, Matt and Franny are kept busy trying to stay ahead of a sudden crime spree that has hit their small town. There are plenty of surprises waiting for both of them as they attempt to unravel the mystery of Donny Mello and what appears to be ties to the mob.

Marc A. Di Giacomo has packed plenty of action and suspense into Back in Town, the latest installment in A Small Town Series. Though the reader begins somewhat in the dark about what is going on, as the story progresses things become a little bit clearer and twists and turns of the plot begin to untangle themselves. Tied into the action on several different levels, the reader is a prisoner of the pages of this book and simply cannot put it down. Action-packed, dark and suspenseful, Back in Town will keep your heart pounding and your mind racing to try to stay ahead of the mystery that is quickly unraveling before your eyes.