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Mystery and Suspense
Author: Philip Singerman
ISBN: 0812557158
Subcategory: Thrillers & Suspense
Publisher Forge Books; 1st edition (September 16, 2002)
Language English
Category: Mystery and Suspense
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 140
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by Philip Singerman


by. Singerman, Philip.

by. Undercover operations, Conspiracies.

Philip Singerman is the author of An American Hero: The Red Adair Story and the novel Prancing Tiger. He has worked as a journalist, TV producer, advertising copywriter, housebuilder, and bartender, and holds a black belt in Shorin Ryu Okinawan karate. A native of Vermont, he now lives in Florida. Other books in the series. Roland Troy (2 books). Books by Philip Singerman. Mor. rivia About Proof Positive.

Book in the Roland Troy Series). This book is a must-read. One of the best I've come across this year, and I do read a lot. Singerman has a nice, easy style. This work is a page-turner

Book in the Roland Troy Series). This work is a page-turner. The story, the characters, and the locales are all believable. I'm hoping the wait for his next book won't be too long. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 18 years ago. See story summary above. I was hooked from page one! This book has everything I like. Suspense, thrills, international locales, and most of all a writing style that fits the story.

Praise for Proof Positive. A deliciously intriguing conspiracy.

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. A roller-coaster ride of sex and violence that careens along at tremendous speed. Petersburg Times It's a setup pure.

1st ed. by Philip Singerman. A Tom Doherty Associates book. Published 2001 by Forge in New York.

Proof Positive" is a short story by Graham Greene written in 1930 and first published in 1931 as the winner of the first prize (10 Guineas) in a newspaper ghost story competition. The story was collected in Greene's 1947 collection Nineteen Stories. The story was inspired by Edgar Allan Poe's short story "The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar" (1845).

After his long-lost love is brutally murdered, supersleuth and undercover operative Roland Troy retreats to the backwoods of Vermont. But when his former partner comes from Florida to ask a favor, Troy just can't say no to in solving one last homicide.Troy and his new partner, ex-supermodel Angela Becker, a superb undercover cop in her own right, quickly find that they are on the trial of something far larger and darker than they'd originally assumed: an ongoing international conspiracy that has spanned generations.Proof Positive takes the reader from rural Vermont to the swampland of Florida and into the mountains along the Austrian-Italian border, as Troy and Becker hunt for the truth about one girl's past and the history of an entire nation.
in waiting
This book is a must-read. One of the best I've come across this year, and I do read a lot. Singerman has a nice, easy style. This work is a page-turner. The story, the characters, and the locales are all believable. I'm hoping the wait for his next book won't be too long.
Coidor
I think it's one of the best action thrillers of the past year. Singerman takes his story around the world from the end of WWII to present, with an array of interesting characters all of whom will interlock with at least one other as the story builds to its exciting conclusion.
In 1945 a woman is murdered in Austria. Solomon Kessler picks up an album of concentration camp photos her killers sought. Fifty years later an Argentine assassin kills CID Special Agent Stan Erland. Erland's boss McKenzie Rockett and Angela Becker are on the case. Erland had also been investigating the execution style murder of psychic Leo Weiser who, it happens, was Soloman Kessler living under a new identity.
Angela, an ex-model who grew up wealthy, now a cop and part-time social worker who loves fast cars, is an all around great character. Rockett brings in Roland Troy, ex-homicide detective and martial arts pro with a complicated past to team up with Angela, and a great partnership is formed.
Leo's wife Justine tells Angela that Leo had recently spotted someone from his past. Before Angela knows it, the reader realizes Leo saw Novac DuCharme, a super rich white supremacist who was a sadistic concentration camp guard in 1945.
At the halfway point another force comes into the story, Chotoku Nakama a.k.a. Bassai, an Asian warlord who nursed Roland Troy to health after an incident in Viet Nam. An Iranian arms dealer comes to Bassai offering a shipment intended for DuCharme, and Bassai takes an action that lets Troy know he's around if he needs him.
After 280 pages the bang-bang pace suddenly drifts to something more serene. Troy goes back to Vermont. Then Leo's widow Justine reappears, and things start back up. It builds to an exciting conclusion, a little more violence than necessary, but overall a great action story tying past and present together in a well balanced, exciting finale.
Thordibandis
See story summary above.
I was hooked from page one! This book has everything I like. Suspense, thrills, international locales, and most of all a writing style that fits the story. Story includes old nazis mixed in with international business, psychics, and small town life in the florida swamps. Unusual characters and unique settings set this thrller apart from most others. One Problem though....The art and design of the cover was terrible. It made it look like a dime store mystery, when it was anything but. I truly am looking forward to Singerman's next novel.
Highly recommended.
Nalaylewe
I read a lot of books in the suspense/thriller genre, but every once in a while a really good one like this comes along. It has just the mix of action, suspense, and racy romance that I look for. Angela Becker is my new favorite heroine, I hope Singerman writes a whole series about her. She is tough and sexy and believable. Singerman lets us see inside her head so she becomes a real 3-dimensional person. I also loved the parts about the little town of Velvet, Florida, where all the residents are psychic. I'd like to move there! The plot really was well done, especially the ending. And Singerman sure can put words together! This book would make a good movie!
Kirizius
Wow! I loved this book it had everything,suspense,romance and lots of action.From the very first chapter I was taken away to another world and I became Angela Becker. Philip Singerman drew me in and kept me there over the entire holiday. I relish a book that has the power to alter my life. Singerman must be a publishers dream. I hope he will be encouraged to make a series following Proof Positive.