Narrator: Jack deGolia
Series: Dirty Deeds #3
Published by Self Published / Indie on 26 June 2018
Length: 5 hours 2 minutes
Genres: Mystery/Thriller, Noir
Source: Narrator, Submitted
Philadelphia. City of Brotherly Love. Unless you have the Philly mob trying to kill you and the FBI wanting to sit you down for an interview about your connections to organized crime. Not to mention being wanted for your own illegal business ventures.
Did you guess I was in trouble?
©2017 Armand Rosamilia (P)2018 Armand Rosamilia
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Seems trouble has a habit of finding James Gaffney, alleged serial killer. This time the FBI, Police and The Mob Families want him. Along with Marco and Chazz, Gaffney is on the run in Philly. Dodging bullets, ambitious FBI agent, dirty cops and dirty agents, and of course discovering he has new friends in “other mob families” has James questioning his future. Oh, and let’s not forget the curveball his partner, Marisa has thrown him. Gaffney has some life changes to make provided he lives long enough!
Well written, Armand Rosamilia knows how to capture his audience and hold their attention. The trials and tribulations of Marco, Chazz and Gaffney are hilarious, intriguing and action-packed. The characters were well-developed and although this is a series, I followed the storyline very well considering I had not heard book 2. I found the storyline to be solid and interesting. I found the characters and backstory interesting.
Jack de Golia performs the book with flair and zest; he was engrossed in the characters bringing them to feel realistic. His voice is smooth and assured. He is a pleasure to hear.
By the time I was done listening to this book, I wanted to try a Philly Cheese Steak! Of course, ACDC’s song Dirty Deeds played through my mind constantly! Loved it!
No issues with the quality or production of this book, it was very well done.