Tom Stone: Sweltering Summer Nights by Don Simkovich @donsimko #Review


One thing I will say is the good and bad OK So Stone was the detective who was a thorn in Angel- the bad- side. Stone was the rash that wouldnt go away. I liked his persistence throughout the book. There was a slight family side shown that was the part that made me like this PIA!

I know that Anthony Angelino was a bad guy, BUT he was misunderstood most of the book. He was the sort of character that can open this marijuana dispensary to help the medical needs of sick people and then get caught up inside a nasty world. I loved him and even though he was walking a fine line, I found him very endearing!

Fans of Los Angeles based novels, detective, crime books and thrillers will love this I sure did


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Don returned to his love for writing fiction after years of writing and narrating a radio spot series, marketing copy, and handling the pressures of a wild and crazy family life.

Frequent calls to the local Sheriff’s office, plus the intensity of handling teen alcoholism and teen pregnancy pressed stories from his mind like Earth’s weighty layers turn shale into harvestable fuel.

Well, you get the picture.

Don has fine-tuned his craft writing romance to crime fiction and the recent Tom Stone detective stories.

He lives at the base of the San Gabriel Mountains with his family, two dogs, and anyone else who happens to drop by and live for a spell.

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