Leone R. Giuliani
International Mystery, Thriller, Suspense
Rating 2 stars out of 5 Posted 6/18/16
Enrico Moretti is the main character in this light piece of fluff. There is little suspense and it certainly is not thrilling. Enrico is a young agent in Europol, the European police force. His constant womanizing became boring quickly. Of course, he is independently wealthy, handsome, suave, and drives a fabulous car.
There was one long scene that ran page after page while Enrico tried his best to get in Blanche's pants. It added nothing to the story; I skipped through it quickly to get back into the main plot.
The lack of professional editing is deplorable. There are an extreme number of missing, extra, misspelled and wrong words. Sentence structure is often poor.
Overly abundant details make the story read like a travelogue and simply slow the story down.
The plot is weak at best. If the fluff were eliminated there wouldn't be much of a story left.
The writing style is wordy.
I cannot recommend this story.
This review was provided in exchange for a free book.
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