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A murder on Long Island is the second novel in the Joey Mancuso and Father Dom O'Brian series. Like the first novel in the series this novel is superb. The next book in the series is titled The Manhattan Red Ribbon Killer and is scheduled for release in Kindle format on November 21, 2017. An audio version has not been announced.
This is a seriously outstanding private investigator suspense mystery series that deserves a lot of attention from listeners. The two investigators are brothers with the same mother and different fathers. The elder one is Catholic priest Father Dom O'Brian who inherited the NYC Irish pub started by his grandfather. O'Brian's main job is Catholic priest which he combines with his pub ownership, and his partnership with his younger brother in the PI agency. The PI agency operates out of the pub. Younger brother Joey Mancuso was a NYC cop before his style ran afoul of his bosses. He is the brains of the PI business. Mancuso's FBI agent fiancée is a significant character in the series as is a woman who is interested in, and virtually stalking, Father O'Brian.
This novel is about a murder case where a man is being tried for killing his wife. Mancuso and O'Brian are hired during the trial to find the real killer. As the end of the novel approaches there are several nice plot twists. Narration is excellent.
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I am so happy to say that the second book in this series is just as good if not better than the first. As with the first there are multiple reviews and I won't bore anyone by restating what's been said.
This book is another story with a single murder and many suspects. The husband is the one charged with the crime but the only one who believes him is Joey Mancuso and Father O'Brian.
This book is very well written with interesting characters. The characters are well fleshed out and the story is very detailed with a very clever plot. This actually has me guessing the whole way through.
Stefan Rudnicki does an excellent job narrating.
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