Monday, October 1, 2012

Lorenzo Carcaterra

I just finished, Apaches, the 1997 Ballantine Publishing detective novel by Lorenzo Carcaterra. It's an amazing story beginning with the individual lives of the cops who will later become the Apaches, a team of pensioners who take on a multi million dollar drug cartel led by Lucia. It's a great story for anyone who has been disabled or is now pensioned. It celebrates the wounded. Lorenzo Carcaterra's most famous novel is the 2009 Sleepers made into a movie set in Hell's Kitchen. Carcateera has written episodes for Law and Order. His writing has that police edge where the focus is on facts and action. Apaches is an action packed novel that builds to a block buster ending. I look forward to reading more of Lorenzo Carcateera
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