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by Stephen Solomita

eBook Angel Face epub
  • ISBN: 0727880764
  • Author: Stephen Solomita
  • Genre: Suspense
  • Subcategory: Thrillers & Suspense
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Severn House Publishers (November 1, 2011)
  • Pages: 192 pages
  • ePUB size: 1620 kb
  • FB2 size 1693 kb
  • Formats azw lrf lit lrf


Stephen Solomita is the author of several critically acclaimed thrillers, including ""Damaged Goods About the Reader Jason .

Stephen Solomita is the author of several critically acclaimed thrillers, including ""Damaged Goods About the Reader Jason Culp has been featured on the soap operas ""General Hospital, ""Days of Our Lives, and ""Another World, and appeared in the film ""Skinheads.

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An exciting contemporary hard-boiled thriller set in New York – Angel Tamanaka is a beautiful young prostitute working for an escort agency in Manhattan. Leonard Carter is ex Special Forces and has been living off the grid ever since he returned from overseas to work as a hit man. Their two worlds collide when Angel witnesses Leonard executing one of her clients, a high-profile gangster, and they form an unusual alliance. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

n, and a fruit salad, heavy on the cantaloupe. Altogether, a nice breakfast. Bobby doesn’t use the drugs he sells, or allow his subordinates to use them. The standard penalty for transgressors, rigidly enforced, is a broken kneecap and lifelong exile from the crew.

Author: Stephen Solomita. An exciting contemporary hard-boiled thriller set in New York – Angel Tamanaka is a beautiful young prostitute working for an escort agency in Manhattan. For Angel’s client spoke to her of a cache of money before he die. ut can they get to it before the gang tracks them down?

Author: Stephen Solomita. I was grabbed by the cover, nice and slick with big red font. Broken glass and dark shoes. In this bleak stand-alone from Solomita (Mercy Killing), hit man Leonard Carter unexpectedly meets beautiful call girl Angela Angel Tamanaka after Carter fatally shoots one of her clients, mobster Enrico Benedetti (aka Ricky Ditto), at Ricky’s house in the upscale Riverdale section of the Bronx.

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Writing as Stephen Solomita and as David Cray, I am the author of twenty published novels, as well as numerous short stories and a novella.

Writing as Stephen Solomita and as David Cray, I am the author of twenty published novels, as well as numerous short stories and a novella. My work includes police procedurals, stand-alone thrillers, PI novels and a courtroom drama. Translations of my work have been published in France, Holland, Germany, Poland, Russia and Japan.

Angel Face - Stephen Solomita. man thinks the lovely prostitute will be in danger so tries to save he. he characterization is insubstantial and the plot seems overdone. I've read other work by Solomita and enjoyed them but this book misses the mark. ONE. Carter exits the M14A bus at Fourteenth Street and Ninth Avenue, stepping into a light, but steady, May rain. He stops for a moment on the sidewalk to adjust his leather hat’s six-inch brim, turning it down at the back to deflect the rainwater on to the sidewalk.

Stephen Solomita is the author of several critically acclaimed thrillers, including "Damaged Goods About the .

Stephen Solomita is the author of several critically acclaimed thrillers, including "Damaged Goods About the Reader Jason Culp has been featured on the soap operas "General Hospital, "Days of Our Lives, and "Another World, and appeared in the film "Skinheads. A repeat offender freshly sprung from prison tries to do the impossible: Stay out troublePeter Frangello hasn’t spent three straight years out of jail since he was sixteen. Now past thirty, he’s nearing parole when his prison block neighbor is burned alive in his cell, a vicious attack that was intended for Frangello himself.

An exciting contemporary hard-boiled thriller set in New York - Angel Tamanaka is a beautiful young prostitute working for an escort agency in Manhattan. Leonard Carter is ex Special Forces and has been living off the grid ever since he returned from overseas to work as a hit man. Their two worlds collide when Angel witnesses Leonard executing one of her clients, a high-profile gangster, and they form an unusual alliance. For Angel’s client spoke to her of a cache of money before he died . . . but can they get to it before the gang tracks them down?

Comments: (5)
Camper
I read a lot of Stephen Solomita in the early 90's, and enjoyed his writing. I somehow lost track of him, and then stumbled across Angel Face a few months ago on Amazon. This was a lucky break for me; it is a great story with a very compelling main character that I hope to see more of. I follow most all of the major mystery/thriller authors, and am glad to add Stephen Solomita back on to that list!
Zonama
Could not put it down
Swift Summer
This is a very violent book. There are no protagonists. The lead character is irredeemable, and not one supporting character has any positive traits.
Blackworm
This is a dark novel describing the life and lack of meaning of a contract killer. He fills orders to eliminate a person who someone wants dead.

Leonard Carter, a former Special Forces member, has returned from overseas and has been working as a hit man.

He completes a hit on a mob figure but the man was accompanied by Angela Tamanaka, a beautiful woman working as a prostitute at an escort service.

Carter lets Angela go free cautioning her that if she's questioned about the hit, to deny everything and call an attorney.

The subject of the hit was Ricky Ditto and now his brother Bobby wants revenge.

The author was a former cabbie in New York and his descriptions of the area make the reader feel that they are right there in the action. He is also adept at describing the life of a hit man, the manner in which they get their next targets and any life beyond their job.

I have read other work by this author and enjoyed it but found the characterization of "Angel Face," to be insubstantial and the plot seems like it has been done before.

Where this book fell short of the author's writing style, I will still look forward to other books by him.
Laitchai
I'm not a habitual reader of crime procedurals, but I learned years ago that Stephen Solomita could always pull me into his tales. As one would hope, his characters in Angel Face and its predecessors are interesting and his plot turns are ingenious; beyond that, though, I admire Solomita's skill at composing descriptions of the New York City his people move through that are simultaneously gritty and lyrical; and he also loves teasing his readers with moral conundrums that linger in the mind -- sometimes like a pebble in one's shoe. I know that I'm not telling you that much about Angel Face in particular, but that's the point. This is but another in a long line of Solomita thrillers that are reliably gripping, which is what keeps me coming back for more. I will say, however, that Angel Face herself is an especially cool character to spend time with this time around.
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