A Book Review of Night of the Bonfire: A Michael Quinn Novel
Author: Kevin Scott Olson
Date of Publication: December 4, 2015
Publisher: Roseblood Publications
Buy Link: http://goo.gl/yYa8ti
Rating: 5 stars
Book Blurb: “Pure, one hundred percent Snow White. No Question.” Chapter 17
Review by Nicole Harmon:
I liked this book very much and recommend it to anyone who wants to read it regardless of your preference. A quick summary of the novel is special agent Quinn is on a two edged mission. On one hand he is searching for the person behind the stealing and selling of highly sought after art work. The second hand he is searching for the person or syndicate moving pure white heroin into the country. Both converge in the body of one man- Marco. He is an Italian who has a business that appears very profitable. As the story moves along you will find out how he is able to run his business and how the main character Quinn is able to catch him.
My favorite part in the whole novel is the one scene where they have a Midsummer’s Night Eve party where they setup a large bonfire and throw a naked woman into the fire who then catapults back into the air onto the other side of the fire. I think there are many moments like this one in the novel. I won’t give the story away but I think you should definitely read it.
I did receive compensation for the completion of this review for this novel on both Amazon and Good reads.