When you write a series, it’s great when you have enough to create a cool boxed set. I’ve done this with my first three Frank Rozzani detective novels.
It’s a great value. If you buy the three books individually along with the bonus short story, it’s about $8.00 for your Kindle. I’ve bundled these four items together and they’re selling for $4.99.
Amazon Customer Reviews
I’ve started to get some reviews on the overall series.
The first three books can be read standalone, but do have a backstory arc that runs across them and is resolved (maybe) in book 3. They flow together nicely with each one setting up the next.
In addition to the three novels, I’ve included a special short story, Lucy’s Christmas Miracle, that was written about Frank’s loyal dog, Lucy.
All of this adds up to about 800 pages of compelling private detective mystery goodness for a price that is about 60% lower than the price of all of these things added together on Amazon.
But wait, there’s more…not really. That’s about it. If you like what you see, you can check them out HERE.
Here is a synopsis of each item, however:
Book 1 – Frankly Speaking
A 16 year old girl has disappeared. The police believe she is a runaway. Her parents believe she has been taken and is being held against her will. When the parents enlist the services of Frank Rozzani, a former police officer turned private detective, a series of events begins to unfold that implicates a popular local pastor and the religious stronghold of the ultra-conservative community.
Frank Rozzani, a transplant to Jacksonville, Florida from Syracuse, New York, must find the young girl despite the obstacles launched at him from the local police and others whose interests may be compromised by his investigation. Frank enlists the help of his associate Clifford “Jonesy” Jones to find the girl, uncover the conspiracy, and stay alive. While solving the case, Frank must deal with the demons that drove him from Upstate New York causing him to leave traumatic memories and his children behind.
Praise for Frankly Speaking
“A nicely woven tale with intriguing main characters.”
“Good indie fiction, a compelling suspense thriller”
Book 2 – Let Me Be Frank
A young girl is senselessly murdered. The police believe the murder to be a random homeless casualty until it is discovered that she has ties to Fat Sam and his mysterious past life in The Big Easy.
Join private detective Frank Rozzani, and Clifford “Jonesy” Jones as they travel to historic New Orleans and other areas in the Gulf Coast to search for clues in the girl’s trek to Jacksonville, Florida that will help them uncover evidence implicating those responsible for the murder so they can be brought to justice. They soon discover that things are not as they seem. As the case progresses, the evidence uncovered has ties to the tragic events that drove Frank from his life in Syracuse, New York. Frank realizes that proceeding with the case could change his life, as well as the lives of those around him, forever.
Praise for Let Me Be Frank
“Another great by Don Massenzio”
“Frank and Jonesy are once again doing what they do best”
“Great next installment!”
Book 3 – Frank Incensed
The stakes are high as Private Detective Frank Rozzani races against time to save the love of his life. Will Frank rescue her from the terrible man in the trench coat or will this man end the life of yet another person that Frank is close to? Find out who survives in the new Frank Rozzani Detective Mystery – Frank Incensed.
Praise for Frank Incensed
“I am a new fan of Don Massenzio”
“I loved this book!”
“The further adventures of Frank Rozzani, a good read!”
Bonus Short Story – Lucy’s Christmas Miracle
It’s the Christmas Season and a child is missing. Her parents are frantic. Join Private Detective Frank Rozzani and all of his friends as they search for her in the inclement weather of a cold winter night. It will take a miracle to bring her home safely. Christmas is the time for just such miracles.
Praise for Lucy’s Christmas Miracle
“Wonderful POSITIVE mystery short story by a talented author.”
“A happy little tale.”
“This short holiday story by Don Massenzio is definitely worth a read.”