Telegraph Hill

Telegraph Hill

by John Nardizzi

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Overview

"Telegraph Hill" has gathered rave reviews from readers and reviewers for spot-on riffs on San Francisco, and brilliant crime writing in the vein of Parker and Lehane.

Private detective Ray Infantino searches for a missing girl named Tania. The case takes him to San Francisco, the city he abandoned years ago after his fiance was murdered. Thrust into his old city haunts, Ray finds that Tania may not be lost at all. Tania saw a murder; and a criminal gang, the Black Fist Triad, wants to make sure she never sees anything again.

Ray enlists help from an old flame, Dominique, but now he has three women on his mind. Meeting with various witnesses--ex-cops, prostitutes, skinheads--he relentlessly tracks the evidence. But the hunt for Tania fires his obsession with avenging the murder of his fiance. When the triad retaliates, and blood begins to flow, Ray must walk the knife edge between revenge and redemption on the streets of San Francisco.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940016781815
Publisher: Weathertop Media Co.
Publication date: 11/11/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 221
Sales rank: 477,754
File size: 448 KB

About the Author

John Nardizzi is an award-winning writer and private investigator. His fictional detective, Ray Infantino, first appeared in print in Austin Layman's Crimestalkers Casebook. "Telegraph Hill" is the first novel featuring Infantino. The second book in the series is to be published soon. John has publishing credits in numerous professional and literary journals, including Pursuit, Lawyers Weekly and PI Magazine.

In 2003, John founded Nardizzi & Assocs., Inc., a private detective agency in Boston. His investigations on behalf of people wrongfully convicted of crimes led to million dollar settlements for clients like Dennis Maher, Scott Hornoff, and the estate of Kenneth Waters, whose story was featured in the 2010 film Conviction. His work with the New England Innocence Project led to the exoneration of Gary Cifizzari and James Watson, and many others.

Prior to working as a PI, John worked as a landscaper, law clerk, and in athletic clubs. He failed to hold any restaurant job for longer than a week.

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