Friday, March 26, 2010

Blog Tour: Moonlight Falls by Vincent Zandri

Today we are hosting Vincent Zandri with his book Moonlight Falls.

In MOONLIGHT FALLS, novelist and photo journalist Vincent Zandri asks the question "If you knew your life could end at any moment, how far would you go to prove you murdered your lover? " Albany, New York, is the setting of Zandri's paranoid thriller (in the Hitchcock tradition) about Richard "Dick" Moonlight, former APD detective turned private investigator/massage therapist, who believes he killed Scarlet Montana - his illicit lover and wife of his ex-boss, Chief of Detectives Jake Montana. The problem is ... Moonlight doesn't remember what happened!
Does that sound complicated and yet intriguing to you?  That is what I thought.  Moonlight Falls starts with an ex-detective with a complex and not fully explained back-story involving an attempted suicide, an ex-wife, an illicit relationship, and a difficult relationship with the Albany Police Department.  This story gradually unfolds as Moonlight tries to discover what happened to Scarlet.  Moonlight's complicated past complicates his present, making it hard for him to discover the truth.

This book instantly grabs your attention and has you turning the pages to try to gather and put together the pieces of Moonlight's past and present.  The story keeps the reader guessing.  Vincent Zandri is a craftsman and has created a true piece of art with Moonlight Falls.  I recommend it to all my readers.

Buy it here.

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