Thursday, October 17, 2013

E.J. Simon's Death Never Sleeps Blog Tour with Review

Thanks E.J. Simon and Book Tribe for allowing me to join your Death Never Sleeps Blog Tour with a Review!

E.J. Simon was the CEO of GMAC Global Relocation Services (a division of GM) and the Managing Director of Douglas Elliman, the largest real estate company in NY.

He is a consultant to many leading private equity firms and has held senior level positions at prominent financial services companies.

He is a world traveler, food enthusiast and lives in Connecticut. Death Never Sleeps is his first novel.

Death Never Sleeps: A Novel Paperback

A story of murder, betrayal and love with twists and turns that as a professional detective even I didn't expect - A Must Read! E.J. Simon is the real deal VITO COLUCCI, JR. author of the true crime book, Rogue Town, A City Under the Stranglehold of Organized Crime "This reader white-knuckled her way from start to finish. Simon is a master at the game of suspense. A page-turner at its best that left me begging for more" JUDITH MARKS-WHITE, author of Seducing Harry and Bachelor Degree "DEATH NEVER SLEEPS will make you ponder the technology suturing our lives. You will also question where life ends, and where death begins" MARK RUBINSTEIN, author of Mad Dog House and Love Gone Mad DO THE DEAD HAVE SMARTPHONES? The problem with Alex Nicholas is that he won't stay dead. Alex Nicholas was the consummate Queens bookie: fast cars and even faster women, and friends in all the wrong places. As an illegal sports betting and loan shark king in New York City, Alex was fearless - until the night his luck ran out and someone leveled the silver barrel of an automatic on him and pulled the trigger. Michael Nicholas was everything his brother Alex was not: a powerful, married straight-arrow corporate CEO living the American Dream. Their two worlds collide when Michael discovers his brother's secret laptop. As Michael crosses the globe to find his brother's murder, can he avoid his brother's fate? And can the information contained in the laptop help Alex reach out to help Michael - from beyond the grave.

My Review:

This was a very fast paced psychological read with intriguing and compelling characters who were well characterized.  I really liked the artificial intelligence programs that allowed Alex to live on in the digital world (I thought that was kind of cool).

I also enjoyed reading about restaurants and places around the world (it felt like you were actually there).

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