Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Blog Tour: The Brooklyn Drop by Susan Russo Anderson Giveaway Ebook

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COVER BROOKLYN DROPThe Brooklyn Drop
(A Fina Fitzgibbons Brooklyn Mystery Book 4)

Suspense Mystery
File Size: 422 KB
Print Length: 267 pages
Publication Date: August 15, 2015
ASIN: B00Z8N2WCI
Synopsis
In the middle of a wintry night, private investigator Fina Fitzgibbons finds Lorraine’s friend, Phyllida Oxley, slumped over her dining room table, the victim of memory-impairing date rape drugs. When her condition goes from poor to comatose, her distraught fifteen-year-old granddaughter, Kat Oxley disappears. Meanwhile, Fina’s agency is busy surveilling a massage parlor in Bensonhurst suspected of human trafficking, and Fina’s father reappears to throw a wrench into her relationship with NYPD Patrol Officer Denny McDuffy. As Fina frantically searches for the missing teen, she uncovers the truth behind the traffickers, but they have a surprise waiting for her in the not-so-friendly skies.



susanSusan Russo Anderson is a writer, a mother, a member of Sisters in Crime, a graduate of Marquette University. She’s taught language arts and creative writing, worked for a publisher, an airline, an opera company. Like Faulkner’s Dilsey, she’s seen the best and the worst, the first and the last. Through it all, and to understand it somewhat, she writes. Too Quiet in Brooklyn, the first book in the Fina Fitzgibbons Brooklyn mystery series, published December 2013. The second book in the series, Missing Brandy, about a missing teen, published September 2014, and Whiskey’s Gone, about the abduction of a single mom, completes a trilogy. The working title of the fourth is Dead in Brooklyn.








My review: The Brooklyn Drop by Susan Russo Anderson 

3 STARS
This is book #4 in A Fina Fitzgibbons Brooklyn Mystery but the first book I have read.  It does okay at standing alone but I felt there was some things I had missed.  Especially with all the relationships in the book.

Fina owns two business one a cleaning service and the other a detective agency.  She lives with her boyfriend NYPD Patrol Officer Denny McDuffy.  She has problems with everyone it seems.

Fina and Lorraine's friend Phyllida Oxley is passed out on her couch.  She seems to have been drugged with  a date rape drug. Phyllida only family is  15 year old Kat Oxley.  
Phyllida has lots of money but does not act like it.  Someone seems to be after her.

Fina is trying to figure out who would want to hurt  Phyllida.
Fina also has a case to watch a massage parlor for the cops.  
Fina's father comes back in the scene after leaving her and her mom years ago and causes problems with everyone.

I just did not connect with the characters.  It could have been just a bad day for me.

Lots of drama, lots of suspects and weird characters that made me think they were guilty because I did not like them.
I felt I wanted to know more about trusting Fina's impressions.

I was given The Booklyn Drop to read for free and in return agreed to give honest review and be part of its book tour.

Giveaway:  ebook The Brooklyn Drop
Starts 9/24/2015 ends 9/30/2015
To enter leave comment below with name and email address.  The winner will be emailed and have two days to respond or another winner will be chosen.



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4 comments:

Kim Amundsen said...

Sounds like a good read. kamundsen44ATyahooDOTcom.

Peggy Hyndman said...

This is a great series!
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Melissa Morr said...

Looks good!!
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