Thursday, August 20, 2015

"Gone Cold"

Douglas Corleone is the author of contemporary crime novels and international thrillers. His debut novel One Man's Paradise was a finalist for the 2010 Shamus Award for Best First Novel and won the 2009 Minotaur Books / Mystery Writers of America First Crime Novel Award.

Corleone’s highly acclaimed international thriller Good As Gone introduced former U.S. Marshal Simon Fisk, and was followed by Payoff, which Booklist called “a lean, mean, pedal-to-the-metal thriller.”

Corleone applied the Page 69 Test to his new novel, Gone Cold, and reported the following:
Happy to report that Gone Cold passes the Page 69 Test. In the third Simon Fisk thriller, the former US Marshal has recommitted himself to learning what happened to his daughter Hailey after she was abducted twelve long years ago. After receiving a grainy image of a young woman wanted for murder in Ireland, Simon sets off again for Europe in the hopes of finding that young woman, who may or may not be Hailey Fisk. Page 69 finds Simon in a Glasgow pub with Zoey Carlyle, another woman from Simon’s sordid past. To avoid spoilers, I won’t reveal her identity, but suffice it to say, Simon Fisk learns more about his past – particularly his distant past – than he bargained for when he initially boarded that plane from DC to Dublin to find his daughter.
Learn more about the book and author at Douglas Corleone's website.

The Page 69 Test: Good as Gone.

My Book, The Movie: Payoff.

--Marshal Zeringue