DAMAGED GOODS by Stephen Solomita
A Stanley Moodrow Crime Novel (A Stanley Moodrow Novel)

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A psychotic killer released from jail begins a spree that only Moodrow can stop
Even Jilly Sappone knows they should never have let him out. Ever since a bullet fragment embedded itself in his brain, he has been prone to uncontrollable rages. Opiates help dull his anger, but only blood can make it go away. When the parole board makes the mistake of freeing him, Jilly knows it’s only a matter of time before he goes back behind bars. Until then, he plans on having some fun. He starts by visiting his ex-wife, and leaving with his four-year-old daughter. The police have no hope of getting the girl back alive, so the mother turns to Stanley Moodrow, an ex-cop turned private investigator whose bulky frame conceals a fury that can nearly match the kidnapper’s. With the help of his new partner, Ginny Gadd, Moodrow will do what no prison ever could: break Jilly Sappone.

About Stephen Solomita

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Stephen Solomita is the author of several critically acclaimed thrillers, including "Damaged Goods About the ReaderJason Culp has been featured on the soap operas "General Hospital, "Days of Our Lives, and "Another World, and appeared in the film "Skinheads.
Published January 22, 2013 by MysteriousPress.com/Open Road. 384 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Crime. Fiction

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 Solomita, evidently tired of messing around in his last two thrillers with substitutes for battle-scarred Stanley Moodrow (A Piece of the Action, 1992, etc.), ex-cop turned p.i., returns to what he does most—in this volcanic, lumbering mano a mano a mano.

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Pitted against the pair is a typically ferocious Solomita villain: crazed killer Jilly Sappone, a minor mafioso who, upon his unexpected release from prison, kidnaps his four-year-old daughter in order to avenge himself against his estranged wife.

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