Dangerous Triangle – Review by Midwest Book Review

Dangerous TriangleSynopsis: As a private investigator, Dr. David Brooks had been instrumental in preventing a Japanese-led sarin attack aimed at destroying the world. Now a new generation of Kamikazes are pursuing him wherever he goes. With the assistance of seemingly omnipresent pirates, these descendants of the suicide bombers of World War II are hell-bent on his death.

Critique: Another riveting read from the pen of Jerry Labriola, “Dangerous Triangle” is a deftly crafted and compelling novel from beginning to end, making it highly recommended for personal reading lists and community library Mystery/Suspense collections. Of special note to Jerry Labriola fans is the inclusion of lectures about O. J. Simpson, Sacco-Vanzetti, Charles Lindbergh, forensic science, and mythology which are cleverly woven into complex plot.

See the review at  http://www.midwestbookreview.com/wbw/jun_16.htm#Mystery/Suspense

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