Angel Wings Paperback – 2 Apr 2013
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About the Author
Born and bred in Brooklyn, New York, Howard Kaminsky attended Brooklyn College, San Francisco State University, and the University of California at Berkeley. The author of seven books, he previously was president and publisher of Warner Books, Random House, and William Morrow/Avon, and he served on the Board of Directors of American Publishers Association and the National Book Foundation. His screenplays include 1972’s Homebodies. He co-produced the film My Dog Tulip and he is currently producing a documentary, The Two Popes, about the man who created the National Enquirer and his father. Today he splits his time between New York City and Connecticut, where he is at work on his new novel, The Perfection Project.
Top Customer Reviews
Anyhow it was a book which kept me reading when I should have been working - or sleeping - until I spied the Angel killer hiding amongst the characters, then my pace slowed a little and I had to work out how, and why, he had done it. I did think the victim's words were quite a giveaway too.
I liked the 'hero' Danny for most of the book but was very disappointed and dismayed with his behaviour after his devastating loss. I couldn't understand his family's attitude at all. My view was that it was too much too soon but maybe the Italians view of life after love is different.
Just two things stood out for me. Why didn't they do the normal police containment procedures, when they had their killer 'trapped', but... And, why didn't they look under Linda's finger nails when doing the autopsy? That may have give them a clue.
However, the ending was brilliant and despite all my suspicions, gave me a shock. Great stuff.
Not a book I would recommend, nor would I be tempted to read another by this author.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Thoroughly enjoyed this book - brilliant storyline with lots of unexpected twists and turns. I couldn't put it down. Fastest book read in months!Published 20 months ago by Jane
Really good book!! Couldn't put it down and read in one sitting pretty much. Did guess 2 things in the story yet this didn't detract away from the story.Published 21 months ago by Ms. CV Povey