| January, 2014|
I downloaded Absolution onto my kindle and read it within three days. Since then I have read Diva and Natalie's Revenge within one week, and have just started Jackpot. Susan ensures that her characters always invoke some sort of emotion in the reader, whether it's one of sympathy, affection or disgust. I can't remember ever enjoying a series as much as as I have the Frank Renzi books, can't wait for the next installation.
January 03, 2014 10:46 AM posted by Gillian Santorelli permalink comments (0)
I hope you can help me. I recently heard of a current female jazz band leader with two new great CDs. Her last name was something like Mazacapa. Ring any bells.
December 24, 2013 12:56 PM posted by mike arrajj permalink comments (0)
I have just finished reading Absolution, Diva, and Natalie's Revenge. I very much enjoyed all three. I do have one slight correction though. Public conveyances in New Orleans are called streetcars and not trolleys. Any good NOLA resident knows this and takes exception to the discrepancy! Thank you for your interesting and thrilling books! Keep up the good work!
November 12, 2013 7:36 AM posted by Ellen Pride permalink comments (1)
I am working in the home of Frances Olson who was with the Joy Caylor Band in the 1940's. I have learned a lot about her but want to know more. Is there any information you can tell me about her or the band. She died about 2 years ago at age 80 here in Loveland, Co. She was also the Mayor of Black Hawk, Co, a gambling town. I haven't been able to find out a lot about her online. I do have many of the letters sent to her during most of her life.
November 06, 2013 9:10 AM posted by Nancy Stofferan permalink comments (0)
I just finished reading Diva. I absolutely LOVED it! I couldn't put the book down for more than a minute. Can't wait to read your other books!
October 23, 2013 10:52 AM posted by tira permalink comments (0)
Got Jackpot downloaded just in time for my vacation.
Like all the previous Frank Renzi novels it is a superb work of art that kept me glued to my Kindle.
Susan Fleet, you are a master of your writing skills and long may it continue
October 14, 2013 2:06 PM posted by Norman Heath permalink comments (0)