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The Esposito Caper
     

The Esposito Caper

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by Karen K. Brees
 

Crime is easy. Family is what’s tough. And for Gino Esposito, family obligations could be the end of him. His grandfather wants to prove he’s the genius behind another artist’s works. All he needs is for Gino to steal a diary that’s currently in the possession of the Mafia.

Gino will do almost anything to work an angle, but he’s

Overview

Crime is easy. Family is what’s tough. And for Gino Esposito, family obligations could be the end of him. His grandfather wants to prove he’s the genius behind another artist’s works. All he needs is for Gino to steal a diary that’s currently in the possession of the Mafia.

Gino will do almost anything to work an angle, but he’s thinking this task could be his last. He needs help, but all he’s got is cousin Carla, exotic dancer with aspirations of opening a ballet studio, and girlfriend Francesca, whose boss has got her framed for embezzlement. It’s a recipe for family problems only faith, luck, and some really good mojo will solve.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940148889601
Publisher:
MuseItUp Publishing
Publication date:
10/18/2013
Sold by:
Draft2Digital
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
783 KB

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The Esposito Caper 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The Esposito Caper is an absorbing crime novel that combines art heists, murder mystery, transnational travel and an Italian family affair.  What I loved most was the unexpectedness and therefore believable nature of Brees’ characters. All of them draw you in, from Carla’s moxie and insightfulness to Gino’s love of wine and looseness with money, each of them has their Achilles heel, making them all the more relatable. Intermittent in this exciting plot are beautiful descriptions of San Francisco, Italian countryside and New York. She paints a detailed picture, like the artists in her novel, that immerses you in the deviance and intrigue of this enigmatic tale. While enjoying the excitement in this thrilling, plot-twist-filled novel, I poured myself a glass of Merlot and dreamed of catching the next flight to Sicily. Looking forward to her next caper, and I could definitely imagine the Espositos on the big screen!