Ira Berkowitz Author- BLACK ANGEL

      BLACK ANGEL

      by Ira Berkowitz
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    NEW RELEASE- #2 in the Jackson Steeg mystery series

    Retired NYPD Detective Jackson Steeg returns in a harrowing new thriller from the Shamus-Award winning author, Ira Berkowitz.

    They called her The Bride. Young, homeless, and wearing a tattered wedding dress and veil matted with grime, she floated through the streets of Hell’s Kitchen like a spectre. Until she wound up dead.

    To everyone, including the NYPD, she was a throwaway. But not to Steeg. Her life was a nightmare, but her death demanded justice. There had to be a balancing of the books.

    Book Reviews:

    “Black Angel is the gripping, suspenseful tale of ex-cop Jackson Steeg vs. the forces of evil in Hell’s Kitchen. It is also a social commentary on the haves vs. the have nots in 21st century NYC. Steed is an imperfect hero, but it is impossible not to root for him, even when he screws up. The best novel so far in a great series!”  By Lisa - Amazon
    “Once again Ira Berkowitz and Jackson Steeg have collaborated on a riveting tale of a lost girl whose soul needs saving, posthumously. I Iove Berkowitz’s spare prose- not an extra word-and his ability to draw you in and keep you reading. He makes “noir” one of the best genres in today’s mysteries. Look forward to the next one.” By Michael Franzblau
    “ I was so excited to read the newest Jackson Steeg novel. I have come to think of Jackson as family. Once again Ira Berkowitz keeps you on the edge of your seat in this newest story in the series. It is a page turner for sure and you just cannot stop reading. As always when it is finished I have to go back and read it again because I can never have enough of these wonderful characters that Mr. Berkowitz so well brings to life. I wait in anticipation for the next in the series! I highly recommend this book and the previous ones if you have not read them.” By Ana Lasser

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