Meet Detective Lijoi, as he deals with Mafia figures to recover millions of dollars in stolen bonds, is shot at by fellow police officers, leads a high speed chase through three states, and helps to seize millions of dollars worth of drugs and weapons.
Brooklyn raised and street tough, Detective Ernest Lijoi takes on a new identity as Eddie Pannoni and hits the pool halls and bars in Quincy, Massachusetts, working his way up the chain of dealers and suppliers until the day the trap is sprung and Local and Federal Police raid dozens of homes and businesses in one of the most dramatic and widespread busts in the history of New England.
His secret life on the streets takes its toll on his family and his wife is at the breaking point as she witnesses the change in her New York boy.
Street Business is based on a real detective and real events. Read Street Business, meet Detective Ernie Lijoi and his street guise Eddie Pannoni.
Hey there--I enjoyed looking at your website and I do have a few comments if you'd like them. I never know if people want them or not.... When I ask for criticism, I really, really want it but I guess you never know. Anyway, I absolutely love mysteries and crime drama, so I'm excited about what you're writing. I'm an author too (well I'm sure working on it LOL) and I'd absolutely love it if you'd check out my blog at http://teacherintl.typepad.com/blog/ . Just let me know and I'll send my thoughts if you want. Take care and good luck! You've done a lot of hard work.
Here in the UK, as soon as we publish our book with our name with the copyright symbol my understanding is that we automatically have that copyright (providing the work is original and not copied). I believe that in the US you actually register for copyright. So I guess that is what you have to do. No doubt someone on this site can tell you where.
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