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THE HIT NADIA DALBUONO

February 14, 2017

9781925228960

THE HIT NADIA DALBUONO meant to be a blog tour. I received my blog tour banner for The Hit late this afternoon. I haven’t used the banner as it doesn’t have any of the names of blog tour hosts that are participating in The Hit blog tour. All blog tours that I have participated in have the blog tour hosts website address on.

The investigation of a hit-and-run in Rome leads Detective Leone Scamarcio on a deadly journey to confront his Mafia past.
When Leone Scamarcio is called to investigate an apparent hit-and-run, it seems like a job for a traffic officer, not one of Rome’s top detective.
But when the victims are kidnapped on their way to the hospital, and Scamarcio discovers that they are the family of one of the country’s top television executives, the infamous Micky Proietti, things start to get interesting. Everyone, it seems – from Premier League footballers to jilted starlets and even the Calabrian Mafia – has an axe to grind with Proietti.
As Scamarcio delves into the underbelly of Italian show business, he discovers a possible connection between this investigation and his own Mafia father’s right-hand man. To solve the case he must travel home to Calabria, but can he finally banish the ghosts of the past?
MY REVIEW
Family agony is when the past catches up with a bang.
Micky Proietti is head of drama on the nations most popular channel. Micky’s driver in his Mercedes takes him to pick up his wife and son. A BMW was hurting towards them who ever was behind the wheel wanted to destroy them. A stranger saw the whole thing happen. Micky’s son suffered a broken arm. The stranger called for an ambulance and the police. The ambulance took Micky’s son and his wife to hospital, but they never arrived. To add to the family agony the hospital never had been alerted to expect them. Could the ambulance have had an accident or had Micky’s son and wife been kidnapped? Could Micky Proietti have enemies? I recommend this gripping book.
Published by Scribe

 

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