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  • Title: Killer Rumors
  • Author: Antonello Fiore
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 242
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  • Father D Angelo and Bakeman, two devoted priests were brutally murdered while going on one of their nightly walks Detective Frank Rinelli is called to the case not only due to his close friendship with the priests, but with his expertise of tracking psychotic killers Rinelli suddenly discovers these murders were based on a scandal that occurred several years ago at theFather D Angelo and Bakeman, two devoted priests were brutally murdered while going on one of their nightly walks Detective Frank Rinelli is called to the case not only due to his close friendship with the priests, but with his expertise of tracking psychotic killers Rinelli suddenly discovers these murders were based on a scandal that occurred several years ago at the same Church where the two murdered priests preached And it doesn t stop there The list of people being murdered in connection with the scandal continues to grow until the killer has his ultimate vengeance and the truth released.
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    ★★★Killer Rumors by Antonello FioreThis was a R2R I was given in exchange for my honest opinion. The book starts with the murder of 2 highly respected priest, Father D’Angelo and Father Bakeman. The detectives have always know them, they attend Mass at their church, and were even baptized by them. Frank Rinelli, even considers Father D’Angelo, to be like a father. So when the detectives, hear the news that sends panic, through the entire city, they make it their personal mission, to br [...]

    Review copy kindly provided by author and GR friend Antonello Fiore.When two beloved priests end up dead, it creates fear and confusion in the hearts of their flock. Detective Frank Rinelli and his partner do whatever it takes to track down the perpetrator of this crime. They uncover a web of corruption along the way. But all is not as straightforward as it seems, and there are surprises right up to the last page.This book is written from a very Catholic perspective. The author, the narrator and [...]

    Ok I liked AND hated this book. In some situations, like when it really makes you do a self-analysis, this could be good, but in this case, not so much.The base story-line - guy killing two priests and then some other people from the church for revenge - is good. I found that very interesting and that's what made me finish the book when other things made me want to stop. I mean, you kinda know why from the beginning, but I wanted to know more because, for it to grow to murder, there had to be mu [...]

    Sofia Lazaridou
    *I received a copy of "Killer Rumors" by Antonello Fiore in exchange for an honest review.*Killer rumors is the first book I read which doesn't have inside a little romance. Not even a hint. Instead the book was focused on Frank and his friend and partner Nick who are trying to find the man who killed Father D’Angelo and Bakeman. The killer's identity and motive is revealed from the beginning. You see the killer wants revenge from his victims because they destroyed his life. The weird part was [...]

    March Shoggoth Madness The Haunted Reading Room
    Review of Killer Rumors4 starsThe brutal and nearly public murder of two well-respected long-term priests in Philadelphia results in the predictable media frenzy, public outcry, and police presence. What could possibly cause anyone to kill two such noted men, and carve a Bible citation? Detectives Lorrenzzo and Rinelli, both Catholics and congregants at that church, race to discover—while simultaneously the murderer is racing to fulfill his own sick plan.Whatever one might think is the answer, [...]

    I loved the plot of this story as it was obvious that it was developed with lots of thought and care. The only reason I did not give this book five stars were the grammatical/spelling errors that became somewhat distracting at just the wrong times. However, in all fairness, there were not that many. The characters were complex enough to keep my interest without becoming too hard to follow. The ending definitely provided an excellent opportunity for continuity of the story. It's not often that I [...]

    I received a free copy of this ebook in exchange for an honest review.When author friend Antonello Fiore asked me to check his book Killer Rumors out, I said yes and decided to check it out.When two priests are murdered, Detectives Lorenzzo and Rinelli must find out who killed them before the killer strikes again. Will they succeed at solving the mystery? Read and find out.I enjoyed checking this book out. If you like mystery thrillers, you will enjoy this book. Definitely check it out.

    A very good plot and easy and a fast read.looking forward to your next book.

    Yawatta Hosby
    ***I received a free copy from the Making Connections group on for a book review***I enjoyed this 99 chapter book. Readers immediately knew that Tom hated Father D’ Angelo and Father Bakeman because he felt that they set him up. So there wasn’t any mystery of who killed them. However, the juicy mystery was: is Tom telling the truth? Did they set him up to take the fall (he was charged of sexually abusing kids)? I loved how suspenseful the novel was; it was fun getting inside Tom and The Sol [...]

    Jonel Boyko
    This novel is very smoothly written. Fiore has the ability to draw you into the story while keeping you guessing. The storyline is very well developed and flows from scene to scene as the author describes everything to you. He also sets up a very solid backstory so that the readers are never left wondering why something is happening. Fiore’s short chapters add to the feeling of fast paced action throughout the novel. And although this is a very suspenseful novel, it is a light read that you ca [...]

    Antonello Fiore’s Killer Rumor is a definite must-read for crime and detective stories. He does a fantastic job of keeping the reader on his toes as the book progresses. Father D’Angelo and Bakeman were victims of a hate crime. Someone hated them enough to murder them and to carve a bible verse on their torsos. As Frank Rinelli and Nick Lorenzzo try to find out who killed the beloved priests, other bodies pile up. Frank and Nick stay at least a step behind the killer. Will they catch up? Thi [...]

    First of all, this is a really great story! I didn't expet it to be this good. (:The relationship between the two detectives is awesome. I mean the have some cute bromance going on. The story kept me reading. I did not want to stop, but it went chapter after chapter.There is a great storyline in this novel, actually three good storylines that will all come together as one. Also, there were some really unexpected things going on and I love that kind of books!I could really see this book being mad [...]

    Just finished this book. I found it intriguing. I liked the idea of best friends being partners, just like Alex Cross mysteries. Well done Antenello. I will be looking forward yo the next installmemt to see what happens to Frank anb the Solution.

    Marc Leroux
    First, Antonello Fiore was kind enough to send me a free copy of this book for review. Thanks for that. I was really looking forward to reading the book. It had 22 reviews with an average 4 star review, and many with 5 stars. To me, that meant that it should be a good read, since 4 stars means “Really liked it”, and 5 means “It was amazing”. Based on these reviews I would even have been willing to buy the book if the author had not sent me a copy. To say that I was disappointed is an und [...]

    Yuki Fox
    3 Sakura’sGot PotentialNow I received this book for review from the author some time ago, requesting an honest review of his novel. Now I’m not the biggest fan of crime/murder novels but they have been growing on lately, so I thought it was time to give it a read. (Sorry it’s taken so long Antonello). I started reading it, and I honestly thought ‘this sounds interesting – should be good’. The first chapter sets the plot, by the murderer plotting his crime of revenge by killing two pr [...]

    jerseyguyscanreadSo, the author of this book sent me a digital version of it for an honest review, which I intend to deliver on (as I do with every book I read, whether or not the author requested a review). Killer Rumors is a gripping story that you can't help but be pulled in by, and if not for the grammatical errors and lack of proofreading it would certainly be a 5 star novel. However, I had to give this book 3 out of 5 stars because the jumps from present to past tense and vice versa, coupl [...]

    To be honest, there were things I loved and things that irked me with this book. I thought the story line itself was incredible and it reminds us that things are not always as they seem at first sight. The main character, Frank Rinelli, was an intelligent, honest character who had a good moral and value base. It was wonderful to see how involved he was with his family. The author was able to portray the fact that Rinelli actually cared about his job as a cop and those lives that he touched as a [...]

    Erin O'Riordan
    For Philadelphia detective Frank Rinelli, life is good. He's got a loving relationship with his sister, her husband, and their lovely daughters. His work partner is Nick Lorenzzo, who happens to have been Frank's best friend since they were schoolboys. But even seasoned detective Frank is rattled when he's called upon to solve the vicious murders of two beloved Catholic priests, found with strange clues on their bodies. The priests are not the only ones to fall victim to what appears to be the e [...]

    From the first page this book made me feel like I was watching one of those old TV shows, like Colombo or McMillan and Wife; you know from the beginning who the killer is, but you have no idea what twists and turns the rest of the story is going to take.The story line is outstanding and serves to remind us that things are not always as they seem at first sight, so going with your first instinct may not always be the best thing to do. The main character, Frank Rinelli, reminded me a lot of Philli [...]

    Danielle Evans
    My rating for this book is more like 2 1/2 stars, but I'm rounding it up to 3 because it was entertaining! After two priests are murdered, Detective Frank Rinelli and his partner, Nick Lorenzo are assigned to track down the killer. They are both devoted Catholics who knew the priests well so they take the case very personally. The book takes place over a short period of time as more murders occur, and the frustrated detectives struggle to solve the case. Not surprisingly, the murders are related [...]

    Lucy Qhuay
    First of all, I want to thank the author for providing me with a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.As a fan of thrillers/suspense and plots involving religion and The Church, I have to say Killer Rumors caught my attention.This book has a lot of potential, however there were a few issues that bothered me, hence why I didn't give a higher rating:1. The language - I think the English has to be somewhat perfected.If, on one hand, I think the book is easier to read because the langua [...]

    Lade Tawak
    Received a free copy courtesy of the author1.5 starsMy OpinionI accepted this book from the author because I liked the storyline and also because the average rating on is 3.72 from 40 ratings.To say that I was dissapointed when I finished the book is an understatement.There were a lot of things wrong with this book:*The homicide detectives, and their LT. were like rookieswhen it comes to basic investigation skills. (When Rinelli and his partner were interviewing the nuns, they could have just a [...]

    I received a free download of "Killer Rumors" by Antonello Fiore, to read on my Kindle, in exchange for an honest review.I love reading mystery, suspense, crime thrillers, and reading this book was a real treat and honor to read. This book was amazing.I recognize that there were grammatical errors, but it still never took away from the actual plot and storyline.Father D'Angelo and Father Bakeman, affiliated with St. Mary's Church in Philadephia,were out for a evening stroll, when they were bruta [...]

    Kristin Scearce
    Disclaimer: I received an e-copy from the author in exchange for an honest review.Two priests are very publicly and horrifically murdered, their bodies left in front of their church bearing strange markings and objects. It's up to Frank Rinelli and his partner to solve the case before more bodies turn up, but that's easier said than done.Honestly, I really liked the premise of this story. The action was there, and tension was included throughout as the reader learns more about the who/what/when/ [...]

    Detective Frank Rinelli and his best friend and partner Nick Lorenzzso have been summoned by his boss, Lt. Parson to a crime scene very near and dear to Rinelli and Lorenzzo's hearts. Both men have attended St. Mary's church since they were children and knew and cared about the entire staff there. What's worse is the victims, Father D'Angelo and Father Bakeman are two men who Rinelli and his partner deeply adored and cared for. The way this crazy lunatic butchered and left these two priests was [...]

    T.J. Perkins
    Killer Rumors is an excellent hard boiled crime mystery by Antonello Fiore. Set in modern day, Fiore takes the reader through a roller-coaster of murder and mayhem with carefully laid out plots and subplots. This was a great introduction to Detective Frank Rinelli as the reader gets a heavy dose of this thoughtful and cunning detective's life, emotions and inner mental workings. Working within a very tight window of opportunity, Detective Frank Rinelli must solve a riddle and stop the bodies fro [...]

    Leah Labbe
    Overall, I really enjoyed the story. There were a number of twists that make the plot more convoluted, but also more interesting. We know who the killer is from the beginning - but his reasons for killing were not made clear until near the end. There were a couple of items that detracted from the story. There were issues with the verb tense changing - sometimes in the middle of a sentence. The arrangement of words made me wonder if english is a second language for the author. Several times I had [...]

    The first of the series with Frank Rinelli and a great read!Two priests are murdered and Frank has been called in to find their killer. You do know from the beginning who did it, but is that thereal story? Frank and his partner Nick are assigned the case and know the Priests as they attend the church.This one will keep you guessing to the end. I really liked Frank and the way he interacts with his family, friends and partner.Killer Rumors is cop story all the way with no romanceFrank and his par [...]

    It was twist after twist, bitting my lip in anticipation as to what new secret will be revealed next. I love that the action started on page one and didn't end until the last one. From front to back it was like a intricate puzzle being put together. The attention to details made me feel as if I was in the story and not just a curious reader. This was book was everything I wanted in a murder mystery. Ready for the next one.

    Author is more interested in spamming/self promotion than having people read the actual book"Message from Antonello:Hi everyone, My novel, Killer Rumors, is nominated for "Best First Book by New Author." I would appreciate if you could help vote for my book. I thank you for your support. Wishing you all the best! Antonello Fiore "Hey man, you want people to vote for you without reading your work, then fine, here is my rating - 1 star.

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