This follow-up to The Last Gig features a tough and edgy, one-of-a-kind heroine—an entirely fresh take on the hardboiled women private investigators who dominate so many crime fiction classics.PI Marty Stiles was shot and paralyzed and is now in rehab, trying to decide whether to fight to recover. Meanwhile, his agency is being run by two women: the street-smart and savvy Alessandra Martillo, who’...
Series: An Alessandra Martillo Mystery
Paperback: 352 pages
Publisher: Witness Impulse; Reprint edition (July 11, 2017)
Product Dimensions: 5.3 x 0.8 x 8 inches
Amazon Rank: 5033020
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I am not sure how I had missed Norman Green. His two books in the Al Martillo series are definitely worth reading for anyone who likes fun action filled PI stories. They are just enough different to be great. The two main protagonists are female a...
e, and Sarah Waters, a naïve, single mom, new to the job but who quickly becomes the brains. Though the two women grew up only a few miles from each other in Brooklyn, it might as well have been worlds apart. Now they’re partners, and for all their differences, are committed to their joint venture. When Sarah’s deadbeat ex-husband gets into trouble, Al would rather let him suffer, but she agrees to help Sarah figure out where he is and why another man has ended up dead.Gritty and unputdownable, this is perfect for fans of James Lee Burke and Robert Crais.