Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Waist Deep Review

Kevin Tipple has published his review of Waist Deep.

It is a positive review, in which Kevin writes that Waist Deep "is another intense and very good read that borders on the noir designation. Frank Zafiro often writes of dark things and this is another case of that and therefore the book is not a light read in any sense. It is also yet another case of why Frank Zafiro is building an incredible career and deserves to be on your reading radar."

Kevin is a reader and reviewer who has definitely always "got" Frank Zafiro crime fiction, seeing it for what it is and kenning my intent. His reviews always tell the reader enough to decided whether or not s/he would be interested and whether or not Kevin thinks the book is any good or not. His insight and honesty is why it is always worth the price of postage to me (and then some) to send a review copy his way.


Waist Deep: When disgraced former cop Stefan Kopriva is asked by an old high school classmate to find a runaway sixteen year old girl, he reluctantly accepts. Driven by guilt over a terrible mistake that drove him from the force more than ten years earlier, Kopriva battles old injuries, old demons and long ago memories as he unravels the mystery of the missing Kris Sinderling...and seeks his own redemption.

Waist Deep is available in paperback and as an ebook (Kindle, etc.).

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