Burning Precinct Puerto Rico

  • Title: Burning Precinct Puerto Rico
  • Author: Steven Torres
  • ISBN: 9780312321093
  • Page: 339
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Burning Precinct Puerto Rico What should have been a night of celebrating years on the job turns into one of the worst nights Luis Gonzalo has ever spent when he is called to the scene of a tragic fire It doesn t take long for
    What should have been a night of celebrating 25 years on the job turns into one of the worst nights Luis Gonzalo has ever spent when he is called to the scene of a tragic fire It doesn t take long for Gonzalo to figure out that the fire was no accident It s figuring out the rest of the puzzle that s the hard part.

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    About Steven Torres


    1. Steven Torres was born in the Bronx, spent part of his childhood in Puerto Rico and has authored six previously published novels He teaches English in Connecticut where he lives with wife and daughter.


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    1. #3 in Luis Gonzalo series was another enjoyable, quick-paced police procedural and an easy, quick read that piggybacks a little off #1 in series (but better than #1; not quite as good as #2). I like the geographic locale--and car chases in those hills are suspenseful for me since the only time I tried to drive them over 20 yrs ago, I didn't go more than 15 mph for fear of going over the side or into a tree or someone's house on the other side of steep, tight turns). Of course, I like the regular [...]

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    2. MESSAGE IN THE FLAMES (Police Procedural-Sheriff Luis Gonzalo, Puerto Rico-Cont) – GTorres, Steven – 5th in seriesLeisure Fiction, 2008, US Paperback – ISBN: 0843959983First Sentence: “When you destroy a hornets’ nest, be sure to kill all the hornets.”The celebration, recognizing Sheriff Luis Gonzalo’s 25 years of service is interrupted when a fire is spotted on a nearby hill. The situation becomes a crime scene when the bodies of a farmer and his wife, both clearly murder victims, [...]

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    3. I read most of Steven Torres police procedural novels last summer. They are good tales as far as they go, and his main character, Luis Gonzalo, is portrayed as a competent, likable chap (perhaps an anomaly as for a Puerto Rican police officer). I was particularly interested in the setting of each or the stories--a ficticious small town out on the island. Bottom line: competent, police procedurals made more interesting by the setting.

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    4. I read most of Steven Torres police procedural novels last summer. They are good tales as far as they go, and his main character, Luis Gonzalo, is portrayed as a competent, likable chap (perhaps an anomaly as for a Puerto Rican police officer). I was particularly interested in the setting of each or the stories--a ficticious small town out on the island. Bottom line: competent, police procedurals made more interesting by the setting.

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    5. Not as good as Book Two, but maybe it was just my mood at the time. I still couldn't put it down.

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    6. Sadly on April 14th my book accidentally fell into a pond while I was fishing with my fiance and I can no longer read it unless I grab a copy from the library :(

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