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Roomer Has It

October 24, 2012

Well, I just finalized the manuscript for Roomer Has It, the sequel to the Carina Quintana mystery, Late Boomer. Not that I’m objective but I think the new book is more exciting than the first. It also delves more deeply into the main characters lives and personalities, including that of an increasingly twisted murderer.

And yes, Pete Simpson is back, too. It is a year since his retirement from the NYPD and he’s now working for the largest private investigations firm in the city. He’s been assigned to find out who killed the CEO of Liberty Airways and that quest leads him to believe that the unknown killer is headed to Miami Beach, where his next target, another Liberty executive, lives.

And Miami Beach is now Carina’s turf.

She has leveraged a mega-successful stint on the NYPD to snag the recently-vacated police chief”s job in Miami Beach, where her past transgressions have been forgiven and where she can again enjoy life in her home town tropical paradise. But after a year on the job, Simpson calls to say a killer is headed her way, and once again the two are comrades in arms.

As they begin to piece things together Carina and Pete discover that what started as revenge for the death of his wife–in a Liberty Airlines plane crash that should never have happened–has led the grieving widower much further afield. Once her death is avenged he embarks on a personal mission to extract “an eye for an eye” on behalf of others who have lost loved ones through callous acts of carelessness or greed. The many and scattered targets of this avenger include not only the local Liberty exec, but another denizen of South Florida, and Carina latches onto the case.

The clever killer, a former soldier and a successful Arizona builder with a hot temper and little fear, leads Carina on a fast-paced chase that tests her skills and resolve and jeopardizes the life of a loved one.

Look for Roomer Has It soon!



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One Comment
  1. Robert permalink

    Look forward to reading ALL of B2’s books…

    Robert Gittess

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