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Ot in Sarasota Florida Buoyed by the friendship of a few trustworthy souls Lew settled there making ends meet by doing some investigative work for local attourneysNow Lew is hired by Carl Sebastian one of Lew's lawyer's clients to find his missing wife Following up on a.

vengeance mobile Vengeance PDF/EPUBOt in Sarasota Florida Buoyed by the friendship of a few trustworthy souls Lew settled there making ends meet by doing some investigative work for local attourneysNow Lew is hired by Carl Sebastian one of Lew's lawyer's clients to find his missing wife Following up on a.

➿ Vengeance Free ➶ Author Stuart M. Kaminsky – Stockpm.pro Three years ago Lew Fonseca quit his job as a process server with the State Attourney's Office in Cook County Illinois and drove his rattling Toyota south to escape the memories of his beloved late wiThree years ago Lew Fonseca quit his job as a process server with the State Attourney's Office in Cook County Illinois and drove his rattling Toyota south to escape the memories of his beloved late wife Headed for Key West the Toyota broke down in a Dairy Queen parking l.

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Paperback Ø Vengeance MOBI É Received the Shamus Award The Eye Lifetime achievment award in 2007Stuart M Kaminsky is author of 50 published novels 5 biographies 4 textbooks and 35 short stories He also has screenwriting credits on four produced films including ONCE UPON A TIME IN AMERICA ENEMY TERRITORY A WOMAN IN THE WIND and HIDDEN FEARS He is a past president of the Mystery Writers of America and has been nomi

10 thoughts on “Vengeance

  1. Johnny Johnny says:

    Paperback Ø Vengeance MOBI É vengeance mobile, Vengeance PDF/EPUBKoko the Clown doesn’t appear in this opening salvo in a mystery series from Stuart M Kaminsky a short series following a “process server” named Lew Fonesca that was scribed a decade before Kaminsky died My favorite series by Kaminsky is his light hearted one featuring Toby Peters – ‘30s and ‘40s era detective to the stars His Russian detective is interesting but hasn’t captured my interest like the Abe Lieberman stories based on a hard boiled Chicago cop The Fonesca series if Vengeance is any indication allows Kaminsky to mix the grit of the Lieberman series without the procedural details Fonesca isn’t a detective per se he’s a “process server” A former state attorney from Illinois Fonesca sees a need to purge his nightmare reality of losing his beloved wife in an unsolved “hit and run” accident by solving problems for other peopleAs a protagonist Fonesca is fascinating because he makes mistakes and he doesn’t carry a gun at least in this s


  2. David David says:

    Paperback Ø Vengeance MOBI É vengeance mobile, Vengeance PDF/EPUBAfter reading a couple of disappointing series detective stories this one was a pleasant surprise I'm only the 225th person to rate this book a stunningly low number for an Edgar winner I read the first two books from this author's Toby Peters series a fun but rather mediocre look at a detective who mingles with and investigates crimes towards 1939 40 era Hollywood stars This fell into a recent theory that I've developed that throwback detective stories will never be as good as the noir they are compared with such a


  3. Stef Stef says:

    Paperback Ø Vengeance MOBI É vengeance mobile, Vengeance PDF/EPUBStuart Kaminsky was a master of the contemporary gun show story He taught at Northwestern and when he retired to Florida he took a faculty spot at FSU I have always enjoyed his leads Lee Fonseca process server in Sarasota Porifory Rostinkov Moscow chief inspector And Lieberman Chicago homicide The Toby Peters Hollywood agent doesn't float the boat for meIf you crave noir dialogue wry humor complex characters and excellent plots Kaminsky is for you


  4. Mrs Mrs says:

    Paperback Ø Vengeance MOBI É vengeance mobile, Vengeance PDF/EPUBI didn't think I'd like it at first but as I got into it it was a really a good story It was different and a little hard to follow in some spots but all in all it was good


  5. Frank Ogden Frank Ogden says:

    Paperback Ø Vengeance MOBI É vengeance mobile, Vengeance PDF/EPUBSecond time I have read this book Excellent characters and I live the main protagonist Lewis Fronesca


  6. Kay Kay says:

    Paperback Ø Vengeance MOBI É vengeance mobile, Vengeance PDF/EPUBBest of the first four in the series Seriously good writing as always from Kaminsky


  7. John Magee John Magee says:

    Paperback Ø Vengeance MOBI É vengeance mobile, Vengeance PDF/EPUBClever Good mysterythriller


  8. Tonya Lucas Tonya Lucas says:

    Paperback Ø Vengeance MOBI É vengeance mobile, Vengeance PDF/EPUBGreat book wonderful characters Lee has his work cut out for him if he’s going to solve this one


  9. David Caldwell David Caldwell says:

    Paperback Ø Vengeance MOBI É vengeance mobile, Vengeance PDF/EPUBThis is the first Lew Fonesca mysteryIt nicely introduces the collection of slightly strange collection of friends that make up Lew's worldOne interesting tidbit is Flo Zink's introduction The one paragraph backstory that is given for her is a perfect synopsis for Midnight Pass which is a later Lew Fonesca storyIt seems Mr Kaminsky decided it must be too good of a story to leave as a backstory so he made it a full novel for another character The two cases that Lew works on seem to be totally separate but end up having a common thread While it seems that the focus of the book is almost completely on the missing girl story both cases are wrapped up nicely by the end of the book


  10. Lee Lee says:

    Paperback Ø Vengeance MOBI É vengeance mobile, Vengeance PDF/EPUBI listened to the audio read by Joe Barrett This is the first of the Lew Fonesca series Lew is a depressed widowed Italian American short skinny and balding Working as a process server in Sarasota Florida he takes missing person cases on the side to support his meager lifestyle Along with his cast of misfit associates they try to locate 2 missing women The book has a real dead pan humor though I'm not sure how much of that was due to the narrator I think the reader had a good appreciation for the absurdity of some of the characters and their situation and was able to communicate that to the listener I really enjoyed this book


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