Sunday, December 30, 2012

Nobody Had To Know - Blog Tour

Nobody Has To Know - Frank Nappi (Blog Tour)


Nobody Has To Know, Frank Nappi's dark and daring new thriller, tells the story of Cameron Baldridge, a popular high school teacher whose relationship with one of his students leads him down an unfortunate and self-destructive path. Stalked through text-messages, Baldridge fights for his life against a terrifying extortion plot and the forces that threaten to expose him. 

Nobody Has To Know is a sobering look into a world of secrets, lies, and shocking revelations, and will leave the reader wondering many things, including whether or not you can ever really know the person you love.

My Thoughts:

This book pulled me in quickly and the story line kept my interest. The book moved quickly and was easy to follow with. If I had any real complaints it would be Cameron, I just despise him. It made it hard to read at some points and I would have to put the book down. I always came back though. I just had to know how it ended. All in all not a bad read.

Frank Nappi's Bio: 
Frank Nappi has taught high school English and Creative Writing for over twenty years. His debut novel, Echoes From The Infantry, received national attention, including MWSA's silver medal for outstanding fiction. His follow-up novel,The Legend of Mickey Tussler, garnered rave reviews as well, including a movie adaptation of the touching story "A Mile in His Shoes" starring Dean Cain and Luke Schroder. Frank continues to produce quality work, includingSophomore Campaign, the intriguing sequel to the much heralded original story, and is presently at work on a third installment of the unique series. Frank lives on Long Island with his wife Julia and their two sons, Nicholas and Anthony.

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Tribute Books said...

Rhonda, glad Frank's writing had you hooked. Thanks for the review! Happy New Year :)

P.S. For early December, Frank is donating all of the proceeds from the sale of 'Nobody Has to Know' to support recovery efforts from Hurricane Sandy. His own community where he teaches high school English, Oceanside, was devastated by the storm.