Bad Apple by Anthony Bruno

Bad Apple

byAnthony Bruno

Kobo ebook | February 6, 2019

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A cops-and-mobsters crime thriller that “keeps us entertained with razzle-dazzle style” (Marilyn Stasio, The New York Times).
 
When an undercover FBI agent is murdered, the mob and the bureau race to nab the triggerman. The prime suspect takes agent Mike Tozzi hostage—and handcuffs him to the Mafia princess they both desire. Meanwhile, the big boss captures Tozzi’s partner, Gibbons, intent on seeing justice served his way . . .
 
From an Edgar and Anthony Award–nominated author, this sparkling tale of suspense features “inspired plotting that just keeps ratcheting up the tension and the comedy” (Kirkus Reviews, starred review).
 
“Engagingly quirky . . . Builds white-knuckle tension even as its earthy heroes continue to amuse and charm.” —Publishers Weekly
 
“Bruno’s novels have been total pleasure.” —People

Title:Bad AppleFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:February 6, 2019Publisher:Diversion BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1626812330

ISBN - 13:9781626812338

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A cops-and-mobsters crime thriller that “keeps us entertained with razzle-dazzle style” (Marilyn Stasio, The New York Times).When an undercover FBI agent is murdered, the mob and the bureau race to nab the triggerman. The prime suspect takes agent Mike Tozzi hostage—and handcuffs him to the Mafia princess they both desire. Meanwhile, the big boss captures Tozzi’s partner, Gibbons, intent on seeing justice served his way . . .From an Edgar and Anthony Award–nominated author, this sparkling tale of suspense features “inspired plotting that just keeps ratcheting up the tension and the comedy” (Kirkus Reviews, starred review).“Engagingly quirky . . . Builds white-knuckle tension even as its earthy heroes continue to amuse and charm.” —Publishers Weekly“Bruno’s novels have been total pleasure.” —People