Book Review: All He Saw Was The Girl by Peter Leonard

March 19, 2015

All He Saw Was The Girl by Peter Leonard is a fictional book interweaving two stores on two continents.

  • 290 pages
  • Publisher: Story Plant
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 9781611880427

Book Review All He Saw Was The Girl by Peter Leonard

My Rat­ing for All He Saw Was The Girl 4

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All He Saw Was The Girl by Peter Leonard is a fast, thrilling suspense story which weaves two parallel storylines in the US and Italy. The chapters alternates between the two stories until they meet.

The characters in the story are realistic and well written. The personalities involved are entertaining and the storyline is intriguing. There are several main characters but the author does a fine job flowing from one to the other.

I really enjoyed the descriptions of Italy, some of the parts were almost like reading a tour guide and the world famous attractions jumped off the pages.

This novel is a fast read full of suspense, humor, and action, it is a worthwhile read.

Two American exchange students in Italy, McCabe & Chip, become involved with a street gang. The gang kidnaps McCabe, mistaking him for the rich Chip, using a beautiful girl.

Sharon Vanelli from Detroit is stuck in a loveless marries until she meets a mobster named Joe Palmero. Sharon’s husband, Ray, is a Secret Service agent who is dedicated to saving his marriage.

Zohar — Man of la Book
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