Author George L. Proferes’ New Book “Street Talk” is a Long Island Murder Mystery and Police Thriller

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Recent release “Street Talk” from Page Publishing author George L. Proferes spans the corners of Long Island as missing corpses, acts of arson, and unaccounted for murders converge into one intense whodunnit.

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George L. Proferes, now an active author after retiring from a career in the criminal justice system, has completed his new book “Street Talk”: the author’s latest novel, the plot follows criminal attorney, Marc Lorenzo, and private investigator, Joe Cash, as their investigation into a series of related crimes bring them across Long Island in search of the truth.

“The discovery of a body in an eastern Long Island cemetery sets in motion a complex murder investigation, which stalls when it cannot be determined where the victim was murdered,” George L. Proferes described of his novel’s plot. “The conflict expands when the missing victim of a second major crime, arson, becomes a suspect in the initial murder investigation.”

Published by Page Publishing, George L. Proferes’ novel brings readers deep into the world of police work, both on and off the job, as the protagonists are forced to confront the realities of working within the restrictions of three separate jurisdictions as well as being at the mercy of the police forces in each corresponding area. The hunt for truth requires them to bend the rules, and justice demands they do so as quickly as possible before the case turns cold.

Readers who wish to experience this gripping work can purchase “Street Talk” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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