The Fall Guy Book Cover The Fall Guy
Chris Quinton
MM Historical
Kouros Books
January 22, 2019
46

In 1920s New York, Pinkerton Agent John Brady is assigned to a brutal robbery/kidnapping, an open and shut case with an obvious culprit - but nothing and no one are what they seem.
Small-time crook Cesare Donati has the perfect getaway: a transatlantic cruise ship. When Brady turns up at his cabin door, Cesare knows he is out of options until they reach England.
Will London be a safe haven or a place of reckoning?

Reviewed by Melissa Brus

Member of the Paranormal Romance Guild review team

This is one of those quick reads that is absolutely perfect for a lunch break or, if you’re like me, an extended coffee break!  It is extremely well written and packs a lot of story into its pages.  Set in the 1920’s, and the incorporation the Pinkerton detectives, gives the book a great jumping off point for the ensuing adventure.  There is a romance element in this book as well.  The romance aspect is done with a graceful subtlety.  Most of the physical relationship happens off page but I never felt like I was missing it because of how well Quinton addressed it on the page.  This was a great short story.  This was my first Quinton book, and now I am off to find some more!