A decorated New York City detective in the prime of his life suddenly dies of a heart attack. Or so it seems.
But a star columnist for the Daily News isn’t buying it. No way, no how. Using information supplied by a street snitch, the investigative reporter believes that the cop was killed by a hitman who used a shot of potassium chloride to simulate a heart attack.
When the reporter starts nosing around, he himself is killed by an assassin who disappears without a trace.
Months later, when the dead reporter’s murder goes stone cold, a retired legendary columnist hires rogue private investigator, Frank Boff, to hunt down the killer.
Boff and his sidekick, boxer Danny Cullen, team up once again, and this time they find themselves up against a ruthless biker gang, bent cops, and a criminal mastermind who’ll stop at nothing to launch a multi-million dollar criminal operation in Brooklyn.
Lied to, shot at, and constantly under threat, Boff and Cullen cut through layers of deceit and misdirection to zero in on the mastermind with one intention only: to seek and destroy.
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NATHAN GOTTLIEB was born in Newark, New Jersey. He graduated with a degree in history from Rutgers University and worked for 19 years as a sportswriter for The Newark Star-Ledger, during which time he covered the Yankees, Knicks, Mets, and world championship boxing, among other sports. He currently writes boxing stories for HBO’s boxing website under the byline Nat Gottlieb.
After leaving the newspaper, Nathan studied acting at The Michael Howard Studio, The Terry Schreiber Studio, and with acting coach Robert McAllister. During that time Nathan wrote, directed, and acted in three plays, There Must Be Some Way Out of Here, Larger Than Life, and Suspect, all of which were shown in New York City.
In addition to the Frank Boff Mystery Series, he has published two other books, “Stinger” and “The Zukovka Experiment”.
Nathan has lived in New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Hoboken. He currently resides in Saugerties, New York, a quiet village nine miles from Woodstock. He is working on other books in the Frank Boff Mystery Series.
When Nathan isn’t working, he enjoys shadowboxing, jogging, watching films on DVD, and reading mystery books