Punishing A Good Deed [NOOK Book]

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“Money, morals, and scruples are what it comes down to; Go figure!” is what James Anthony Fratino tells his wife Annette as the reason to form their own investigation firm, Fratino Investigations, and go after the bad guys that are out to rip off Jimmy’s place of employment, Seven Rivers Casino for ‘large money,’ as street wise Jimmy would say.

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Overview

“Money, morals, and scruples are what it comes down to; Go figure!” is what James Anthony Fratino tells his wife Annette as the reason to form their own investigation firm, Fratino Investigations, and go after the bad guys that are out to rip off Jimmy’s place of employment, Seven Rivers Casino for ‘large money,’ as street wise Jimmy would say.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940032821311
  • Publisher: Donald Everetti
  • Publication date: 10/10/2011
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 41,203
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

I am 59 years old. I live in Port Angeles, WA, on the same Olympic Peninsula where all that Twilight craze has been going on.


I am married, have 3 step-children Mikey, Kristie, and Christopher, 1 son-in-law Jake and 1 granddaughter Sophia. We also have 3 'other' kids...Missy a Boston Terrier, Charlie cat the oldest, and Bella the youngest and is Missy's cat.


I was born in southern Indiana about thirty miles from the Kentucky Derby, my grandfather and great grandfather used to breed and race the eastern seaboard. We moved to San Diego, California when I was five and that was where I grew up, went to school, and learned about life. I mean all about life.


I went to our Peninsula Collage a few years back for a degree in MicroSoft Office Specialist while I worked nights at Seven Cedars Casino where I work as a Pit Boss, or Floor Supervisor, as we call it now. I have fifteen years in the casino business, starting as a blackjack dealer and working my way up. I’m still there and it’s my longest steady job for one employer.


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  • Posted December 7, 2011

    Highly Recommended: A Fun, Thrilling Debut Novel

    Donald Everetti takes us, the reader, on a wild, scary ride of mystery and mayhem in his debut thriller crime novel, Punishing a Good Deed.

    His main character, James Fratino, is a combination of Danny Ocean and James Bond.
    He is married and has a job at a local casino as a ¿pit¿ supervisor but what no one, not even his wife, knows is that he has a side job¿ once a year he is a thief. But not just any thief, he only steals cash from those who have businesses that deal in a lot of cash that doesn¿t get reported, which makes stealing it better for him as they most likely will not report the loss. His latest ¿job¿ falls under the Murphy Laws and goes completely haywire. He needs his wife to help extract him from the home of his latest mark, which means now he has to come clean to her.

    During the course of collecting all of his latest ¿toys¿ he uses on his side job he discovers that his current mark plans on stealing BIG money from his employer and he just can¿t let that happen. He talks his wife into opening an investigation firm to try and stop his casino from being robbed and this is where many, many, many things can and do go wrong.

    I don¿t want to give too much of the plot away, but this story has many twists, turns and is quite a thrill ride from the beginning to the end. Well worth the cost of picking up this book to read and add to your collection. You won¿t be disappointed.

    2 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 22, 2014

    Good

    This was good, but I would have enjoyed it more if I had not read the plot spoiler. I did not rate lower because of the spoiler. I think four stars is fair.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 18, 2013

    Good stuff

    More, Please? Good read.

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  • Posted March 20, 2013

    THIS WAS A WELL WRITTEN BOOK. I WOULD READ MORE FROM THIS AUTHOR

    THIS WAS A WELL WRITTEN BOOK. I WOULD READ MORE FROM THIS AUTHOR. KEEP THE GOOD WORK UP.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 7, 2013

    ?

    One review and its a blamed plot spoiler. STOP RUINING BOOKS! We can read and would prefer to find out on our own what happens. Stop rewriting the authors books and claiming them as your own. It is rude and inconsiderate.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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