Crime fiction with a mob-related theme.
Detroit, Michigan (PRWEB) November 16, 2011
In keeping with the holiday spirit, Patricia Bellomo, author of the crime thrillers Stella di Mare and Louie Morelli’s Daughter, is offering free shipping on signed copies of her latest novel, Louie Morelli’s Daughter..
Patricia Bellomo is writing crime-fiction with a mob-related theme, and in Louie Morelli’s Daughter, Louie’s beautiful daughter, Stella, gets kidnapped by two thugs intent on recouping her husband’s gambling debts. Louie’s mission of rescue and then revenge sets the pace for a fast-paced thriller, or as Midwest Book Review put it, “a fast packed action and adventure thriller, highly recommended.”
Louie Morelli’s Daughter is the second book in Ms. Bellomo’s “Louie Morelli” character series; however, the novels are not in sequential order. As Patricia Bellomo says, “Same characters, different plots.” So no, you don’t need to read the first book in order to enjoy the second.
For the holiday season, beginning November 14 and continuing through December 31, 2011, signed copies of Louie Morelli’s Daughter, ordered through Mr. Bellomo’s website, will be shipped free of charge to anywhere in the continental United States. The price for the book is 14.99. Details provided on Patricia Bellomo’s website.
“Books make a great gift,” the author says. “And during the hectic holiday season, they also provide a wonderful escape.”
Readers of crime-fiction and thrillers in general, including mystery and suspense readers, are the targeted audience for Louie Morelli’s Daughter. To get an idea of the tone and content of this book and Ms. Bellomo’s first novel, Stella di Mare, please visit her blog where unlikely hero, mobster Louie Morelli, is blogging.
Patricia Bellomo’s books are also available on Kindle and E-Book readers. The author’s books are on sale at Amazon.com, all on-line retailers and major booksellers. From now until December 31, 2011 signed copies of Louie Morelli’s Daughter can be purchased directly from the author and shipped free of charge to anywhere in the continental United States.