Brillliant plotline. I thoroughly enjoyed this book - characters were authentic, and I felt I really understood Luddy, with all his faults. Locations were clear and well thought out, and the plot line was fast paced and exceptional. All in all, an excellent book that I hope is to be part of a series. A full five stars from me - well done, Mr. Liscio!---Anita May Waller, best-selling author of three novels
Excellent story, terrific writing, believable characters -- the whole package. -- Drew Yanno, author of The Smart One and In the Matter of Michael Vogel. (five stars)
Great read. The sex scenes were exciting, the murders were freaky. The author is twisted. I loved every page. -- Edward Hyde Amazon review (five stars)
From the opening page author David Liscio takes the reader on a terrifying and rollicking journey of a serial killer's rampage through Greater Boston while cops, reporters, powerfully connected relatives of victims and Boston mobsters rush to identify and neutralize him, sometimes working together and other times with definite competing interests. Liscio weaves these 1980s-era characters seamlessly together.---Tom Farmer, author of A Murder in Wellesley (five stars)
My author interview by book lover Susan Hunter, a member of Crime Fiction Addict, was posted today on the popular group's 3000-member Facebook site. Very exciting and great for exposure.https://www.facebook.com/search/top/?q=crime%20fiction%20addict%20liscio
David Liscio, author of Deadly Fare, was interviewed by Criminally Good host Lucy V. Hay, who hosts an online site for crime fiction fans.
Deadly Fare was featured in a Goodreads giveway during which nearly 1,000 readers entered the drawing for two paperback books. Of those, 375 added Deadly Fare to their TBR list.
The website Crime Fiction Lover named Deadly Fare to is "Ten to Taste" list for November 2016. The list recognizes outstanding new crime fiction novels.
Blogger Mercedes Fox interviews author David Liscio following publication of Deadly Fare. www.mercedesfoxbooks.com