I absolutely loved reading this book! The characters are so finely drawn that they keep you constantly engrossed. Having been born and spent much of my life in NYC, the descriptions of the city brought back some great memories. A great read–highly recommended! -Amazon Review
A page-turning debut in the tradition of David Baldacci & Lee Child. Marked is an all-out action thriller that will keep you up at night.
Take a journey with the unlikeliest of characters as they band together to search for a missing teenager. Learn how a Native American, a New Jersey mafia capo, and an FBI agent come together and try to find the missing teenager, who also has ties to the mafia capo and FBI agent.
The ensuing search will take you to the most questionable of places and characters that lead this story to a dramatic and brutal ending!
Marked is a quick thrill ride that captures that essence of NYC including a world class Prep School for the uber rich, a Wall Street Investment Firm, secret societies and very exclusive, invite only events, all the way down to mom & pop store basements where local mobsters met out their own brand of justice. The story takes you on a quest to find the missing niece of a NYPD Detective who gets caught up in an International Pedophile Sex Trafficking’s Ring. He brings in an American Indian to help him find the missing niece and to dance around internal bureaucratic policies that are required of NYPD. The author does such a good job of painting a visual picture that I found myself trying to decide which actors would play the main characters from the book in the movie version. As I finished this book, I pushed back from my desk and said “WHEW! WHAT A RIDE!!” -Amazon Review
About the Author
Frank J. Musumici is an avid reader of mysteries and thrillers. He’s been married over twenty-eight years with two children. He grew up in Hoboken, New Jersey and currently resides in Hudson County.
Frank’s work history has always revolved around social services, including managing a women in
crisis center in Harlem, and running an illegal needle exchange program in a state that had
outlawed it (New Jersey). He is currently writing a second novel.