Hot Sinatra #2020

Hot Sinatra Axel Howerton Hot Sinatra Moss Cole is a private detective the kind you thought only existed in old movies and afternoon reruns He s smart talented sometimes even charming You d think he could find a better gig than carryin

  • Title: Hot Sinatra
  • Author: Axel Howerton
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  • Page: 345
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  • Hot Sinatra Axel Howerton Moss Cole is a private detective, the kind you thought only existed in old movies and afternoon reruns He s smart, talented, sometimes even charming You d think he could find a better gig than carrying on his grandfather s legacy as a Private Dick Cole is out of money, out of ideas, and out of his league That s why he s stuck looking for a stolen Sinatra record a recMoss Cole is a private detective, the kind you thought only existed in old movies and afternoon reruns He s smart, talented, sometimes even charming You d think he could find a better gig than carrying on his grandfather s legacy as a Private Dick Cole is out of money, out of ideas, and out of his league That s why he s stuck looking for a stolen Sinatra record a record that may be just a figment of an old man s imagination.Of course, if that were true, Moss wouldn t have so many people busting down his door.A vivacious redhead, a foul mouthed Irish rock star, and a whip smart little girl only complicate the job, when all Cole wants is a good cup of coffee and some Hot Sinatra.If only he can stay alive and in one piece long enough to find it.Advance Praise for HOT SINATRA Axel Howerton is one of the best new crime fiction writers out there hell, one of the best writers, period Do yourself a favor and settle into Axel s groove Scott S Phillips, Author of Squirrel Eyes and Tales of Misery Imagination, and Writer Director of Stink of Flesh and Gimme Skelter Moss Cole sizzles hotter than bacon Red Tash, Author of Troll, Or Derby and This Brilliant Darkness
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    1. On sale for 0.99 on ebook through Dec 9 through Evolved Publishing s Holiday Book Sale After suffering through some lagging stories of late, Hot Sinatra s readability was as exciting as ditching a polka band for a live showing with Sinatra, himself.My normal genre reading wouldn t lead me into a crime novel about Frank Sinatra s lost record, but it s refreshingly easy to read style, and endearing characters really impressed me Hat s off to Axel Howerton, and his editing team at Evolved Publishin [...]

    2. I should start by saying that I got a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review That being said, I devoured this book For the longest time, I ve wondered what happened to the old school detective novel I ve contemplated the fate of the gumshoe Hot Sinatra put my mind at ease that those novels can still exist Watch your mouth, fracicone, he growled with a salacious grin, like he wanted to tear me open with his bare hands and make sweet love to my left ventricle Hard and fast like a Viagr [...]

    3. I was one of the lucky beta zeta theta readers of this book Looking forward to reading the final once it is published from Evolved in 2013 Moss Cole was the first literary character I ever had a crush on, and that s saying something In the meantime, get a feel for Howerton s world in Let It Snow Two of his Hot Sinatra side characters star in a Christmas at the whorehouse story in this offbeat, eclectic collection.

    4. Being a close friend of Axel it is sometimes hard to distance yourself from his work and look it at from I don t know this author.With this book I was able to do that I found it started strong in the first chapter The next few were a little sloppy As the story progressed it pulled everything together pulling at your heart strings and begging for .I m proud to say Axel is my friend and that this book a solid enjoyable read.

    5. I loved Hot Sinatra It s been a long while since I ve been so reluctant to put a book down This is a real page turner, full of colorful characters especially Danny, Manlove and Kickerdick , brutal fights, deadly danger, sexy encounters, and of course snappy hardboiled banter Moss Cole is than worthy to wear his Pops battered old private dick hat He takes a beating as bad as any Harry Dresden gets, except without magical healing powers He feels like an old friend, a fine narrator and hero for th [...]

    6. The book had some good points, but the gratuitous foul language and weird episodes of violence and side stories about his past slowed the plot down too much for me The author was trying to give background that made the main character understandable, but it was a distraction from the actual story Unless, of course, the meaning of his life was the actual story It just wasn t what I was expecting The main character stumbled his way to the end, solving the mystery out of luck than actual detecting. [...]

    7. It s dreadfully muggy here The mosquitos are like giant blood sucking vampires, and no matter what kind of bug spray, or bug lotion I buy mine made locally I wear, they always find a spot Even if it s my scalp, behind all the crazy corn rows, and through the mass of new growth that is similar to a jungle At least to a mosquito.Two things occured to me this morning.1 I have a day off, and plan to do catch up on things2 While I m writing said reviews, I m pretty sure I should drink something refre [...]

    8. Hot Sinatra by Axel Howerton begins with Moss Cole, a private detective who is interviewing his newest client Obadiah Stetch is a bad guy, but Cole needs the money and agrees to do the job He needs to find a Sinatra record that was stolen right off of his wall Cole soon meets the daughter and grand daughter, Rose and Holly, respectively Soon afterward, he is kidnapped by a couple of goons, Artie Menlowe and Jurgen Kierkedoek, who generally go by those stage names Manlove and Kickerdick We find o [...]

    9. Let me start by saying that this is not my preferred genre But Axel Howerton is a fellow Sox National and the name Mossimo Cole sounded just too cool to leave un checked Boy am I happy I ventured out of my usual and perturbed than cool reading preferences This is one of the coolest books I have read in a long time my whole life It is super fun, incredibly witty, and though there is perhaps a tad too much swearing it sort of fits.The characters are a riot Yet there is depth and emotional baggage [...]

    10. Moss Cole is a private detective, the kind you thought only existed in old movies and afternoon reruns He s smart, talented, sometimes even charming You d think he could find a better gig than carrying on his grandfather s legacy as a Private Dick Cole is out of money, out of ideas, and out of his league That s why he s stuck looking for a stolen Sinatra record a record that may be just a figment of an old man s imagination.Of course, if that were true, Moss wouldn t have so many people busting [...]

    11. Although I am not great at conveying my thoughts, I will try to relay how really great his book is It has such a great spectrum of characters, I could actually envision how I thought each one looked I loved the interjections of foreign language in all the right places The lead character is a new old time private detective, following in his dad s footsteps at a time that we never see this profession any He is quirky, fast thinking, very humorous, bad mouthed but totally loveable, so much so that [...]

    12. Down at heels PI Moss Cole is trying to make a living in investigations using only some tips and an old hat handed down by his successful grandfather It s the old man s reputation that gets him the case of the missing Sinatra recording, which leads to the inevitable dame and at least two sets of threatening thugs, all pulling Moss in different directions with plenty of hard knocks and bad language along the way The trope of the hard drinking, hard fisted PI has its unique twists here, lifting H [...]

    13. This was outside my preferred paranormal urban fantasy genre but an excellent read Great writing, in the style of a Sam Spade novel mixed with a Rat Pack movie I enjoyed the plot and the characters well developed with outrageous personalities, in some cases I highly recommend for people that like the old style detective novels although, its just as great a read if you like a well written book

    14. This book is excellent It s laugh out loud funny with lots of heart I will be recommending this book to my friends

    15. I was disappointed I read this book as part of my little project to catch up on books that appear to fit in the kind of stories I like to read and that have either won or been shortlisted for an Arthur Ellis award since about 2010 I thought this book had a reasonably good plot although the Sinatra recording was a bit over the top, lots of action if somewhat excessively violent at times, a wealth of quirky and interesting characters although I didn t really like Moss all that much and Danny was p [...]

    16. Loved it Started reading on a snowy Friday afternoon in May and only stopped reading because it was dark and very late Next morning picked it back up and finished Great characters and good flow Kept me turning the pages Just when you think you have it figured out, something comes in from left field.A great fun read No wonder it is up for an Arthur Ellis award It should be climbing the charts Way to go Axel.

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