BAD GUYS                                                 ANTHONY BRUNO
Posted:  March 29, 2014

Bad Guys: A Gibbons and Tozzi Novel (Book 1)  Bad Guys, the first book in the Gibbons and Tozzi thriller series, introduces FBI agents Mike Tozzi and Cuthbert Gibbons, odd-couple partners and dedicated mob-busters. Hot-headed Tozzi goes renegade, and Gibbons is pulled out of retirement to stop him. Together they uncover a secret crime family headed by Richie Varga, a convicted mobster pulling the strings from the safety of the witness protection program. When Tozzi gets involved with Varga’s sexy ex, the fur really starts to fly.

This story starts out like a normal mob book but then after a few chapters into it you realize that something is not right. Then the author introduces a retired FBI agent Gibbons who is now supposed to find his former partner who was the only man that could work with Gibbons throughout his 40 plus years in the FBI. What I enjoyed was the running dialog going in his head as the last boss he had was the one calling him back and he really had stopped listen minutes ago. After about 14 days he finds his former partner and after they talk he realizes that he might be on to something. This story was fascinating because it still had the man who everyone thought to be the stool pigeon and in witness protection still running everything and them also found a mole in the FBI and how they got to that point was very exciting and he thought it though. Not just coming up with an ending which I liked. A very good book. I got this book from net galley.

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