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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Thrillers / General
  • Language:English
  • Series title:Louie Morelli
  • Series Number:3
  • Pages:388
  • eBook ISBN:9780984630516

Louie Morelli's Daughter

by Patricia Bellomo

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In Bellomo's third mafia thriller, Louie Morelli's beautiful daughter is kidnapped, sending him on a mission of rescue and revenge.
Stella "Morelli" Romano has always been a daddy's girl, but she doesn't dare tell her father that her feckless husband, Johnny, has mortgaged the mini-mansion Louie gave her for a wedding present. Johnny is supposed to use the cash to pay off his loan sharks, but he blows the money in Vegas, and his unsavory creditors seize Stella as collateral. In one terror-filled night, Stella's world is turned upside down. While Stella struggles to stay alive, Louie and his associates set a trap for the kidnappers. From glitzy Palm Beach to the streets of Detroit and back alleys of New Orleans, Louie's revenge is plotted and extracted. Louie is determined that anyone who harmed his baby will pay, including Johnny. But he risks alienating Stella, who is slowly being transformed from daddy's darling to an accomplice to murder.
About the author
Patricia Bellomo is the author of the Louie Morelli series in the crime thriller genre. Or, as Patricia prefers to say, "Sexy thrillers with a mob related twist.." Patricia's books are set in South Florida and New Orleans, two of the author's favorite places. She lives near Detroit with her husband, Vince, escaping Michigan winters in Delray Beach, Florida. Patricia loves writing about powerful men and admits to having known a few Louie Morelli types. She is a member of the Florida Writers Association and the Independent Publishers Association.