Nicholas Denmon writes novels and poetry. An award winning novelist, he gives books away at big discounts and also gives free poems and freebooks away. Nicholas Denmon is a poet and fiction writer with a penchant for crime series with When he launched his first book, ‘For Nothing’ topped the Organized Crime. For Nothing by Nicholas Denmon, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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Refresh and try again. And what a death! The title says it all.
Return to Book Page. Can you blame me for watching it? This is the first “Mafia Crime Thriller” I’ve ever read. His use of detail and imagery was not gratuitous but leaves the reader with a clear and vivid picture of the characters surroundings as well as everything that was happening in the story.
Very good in fact. The story does a good job switching between view points of different characters, and the author writes each in a way that allows you to really sympathize and see from their perspective. Seeing that the last few books I was sure I’d enjoy fod my expectations, I decided to give it a shot.
If you never realized that before, you do now. Where it let me down was in that I found several parts to be unbelievable. I look forward to the next in the series, to see where the story goes, as well as the author.
I really didn’t think I would have! Hi Nicholas, thanks for the add. Or maybe it means that the loyalty amongst thieves might noghing greater than that amongst the law upholders. See 1 answer from Nicholas Denmon…. I was nocholas from nicuolas one and could not put it down. You have been warned. You do get interesting moments of Alex shining through Victor. Throughout my experience with most of this book, I clutched a blanket tight around me. I don’t know why all the other reviews were so good.
This book was awesome!
Nicholas Denmon (Author of For Nothing)
It was heartbreaking when he begged Alex to shoot him. The ending was totally unexpected and was clearly left wide open for a sequel.
Love how he nothhing in actual sites and streets from around Buffalo, which I recognized since growning up there. I don’t get it at all. I loved Rafael – Not sure I was supposed to but I did. This is Scarface, final scene, fuckin’ bazookas under each arm, ‘say hello to my little friend! I hope you liked it!!!!
It had me, and didn’t let go until the end. Feb 20, Peyton Gerhart rated it really liked it. As I continued to read, the story started to come alive. I feel like the start of his side could’ve been better but there was a lot of back ground text needed to start him up.
He’s known as a shadow or ghost because of how careful he is, he never leaves a trace behind at his crime scenes. Nucholas Denmon Goodreads Author. This ain’t negotiation time. I knew it was unlikely that they caught the real assassin. As the read went on, there was a feeling towards the end of strength in the characters, as their story evolved.
This story is gritty and definitely captures the tone of the Mafia world, as seen in shows like The Sopranos. There’s even something for the ladies–a heartbreaking tale of a marriage gone wrong, and Alex’s struggle to get his family back. Definitely want a sequel! The dual storytelling and great vocabulary makes for an interes Told from the points of view of an undercover cop and the assassin he’s hunting, this book is a wonderful portrayal of life in the cold mafia world of Buffalo, NY.
That brings me to another thought. Series by Nicholas Denmon. Some of his unique experiences include growing up with an eccentric mother, having six brothers and sisters of which he is the middle-younger childa perfectionist father, an Nicholas Denmon studied English at the University of Florida. He keeps the reader enticed with adjectives that makes you feel like you’re in the world with them. May 25, Kim Wistfulskimmies Book Reviews rated it it was amazing.
It was easily forgiven, again, because for a dollar I wasn’t expecting a masterpiece. Sep 02, I live in Southern California, mind you.