Publisher: Tallfellow Press
Dennis Palumbo is the author of City Wars and has had short fiction pieces appearing in various publications. He writes feature articles and reviews for the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times and EMMY Magazine.
When not writing, Dennis conducts workshops throughout the country. His dedicated work in helping writers has been profiled in Premiere, Fade In, Angeleno, GQ and other magazines. He is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh and also Pepperdine University. He was named as Outstanding Teacher of the Year.
Do you love to solve crime? Dennis’s latest book, From Crime to Crime, helps you do just that. Featuring the Smart Guys Marching Society, a group of four men get together who have skills at solving even the hardest of mysteries. One is an actor another is a lawyer. A perfection combination to make up the best detectives!
Inside this book we follow these friends as they solve mysteries others can not. The cheerful bond between these four guys is easy to see and also their great friendship .
Stories of murder and mystery help to intrigue the reader even more into a world of whodunit?
In The Wind is an interesting chapter to read which features the first murder of the new year for these friends. Quite a gruesome tale - an old man lays crumpled on the floor his blood splattered everywhere. Beside his limp body is Ames’ Confederate sword, still held inside its scabbard. Who killed this man? Could temp, Betty Kent, be responsible? She claims she found this man’s body and had to be comforted by a security guard… but is there more to it than she is letting on? Read this and find out.
Ghost Whistle - do you believe in ghosts? As far as the foursome are concerned it all depends which “ghosts” you are referring to.
“Define your terms,” says Mark who worked as an Intelligence officer “You mean actual ghosts?....or Keith Richards?” Mark is a humorous man but doesn’t realize it.
This tale has references to ghosts in it quite a lot and is of course, centred around them too.
If you have a love for the supernatural I’m sure this will attract.
One For The Road - quite a sad, nostalgic chapter. If you read this and have read other chapters in this book you will understand. It is actually quite touching.
A really interesting book. Dennis makes this one really fun with characters you wish you had as your friends. Enjoyable short stories all collected into one book. Dennis combines the old and gives it a modernized edge. Fantastic for fans of mystery!
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The above review was contributed by: Jessica Roberts: Jessica is a book reviewer for a local newspaper and has reviewed for a national women's magazine too. She has had various articles published in magazines and has now completed her novel. Jessica currently lives in West Yorkshire and enjoys walking in the dales and woodlands as part of her hobby as well as, of course, reviewing books. To read more of Jessica's reviews CLICK HERE