Cheshire Moon

American Literature (Books)

Author: Robert Ferrigno

Ferrigno’s first novel, The Horse Lattitudes, was hailed as ‘the most memorable fiction debut of the season’ by Time magazine. Now he returns with a noir thriller set in Southern California that will have readers tied to their chairs. When a friend is coerced into suicide, a former investigative reporter and his sexy photojournalist partner start snooping on deadly ground…..Read More

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