Daniele Bondi is one of the most awarded Italian writers as he has already won dozens of literary prizes. He graduated in Economics (University of Modena, 1989) and in Philosophy (University of Parma, 2012). He also received the Certificate of Proficiency in English (University of Cambridge, 1995) and a Master in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP School Milan, 2004). Since April 2014 he is a member of the Crime Writers Association. He is also a journalist and a brain fitness and creativity trainer.
He has published 4 novels in Italian launguage so far, the most important of which is "Il caso Cartesio" (available on Amazon) a best-seller in Italy capable of winning 6 Literary Prizes (including the well-known International Florence Prize).
He loves New York City and all of the United States and has done research regarding the immigration of Italians in America. This is the reason why he decided to write "Crimes in Little Italy" a psychological page-turner thriller set in NYC's Little Italy. The main character, Roy Tarantino, here involved in his first case, is an unlucky "loser" who finds here, by chance, the opportunity to give sense to his entire existence.
Crimes in Little Italy: Roy Tarantino's first case (NYC Thriller Book 1)
by Daniele Bondi
A thriller you won’t be able to put down! Roy Tarantino, a second-generation Italian-American, is a typical loser. He has lost everything—his business, his wife and son—and is about to commit suicide by jumping from his apartment on Mulberry Street, Little Italy, New York City. In the exact moment when he is about to jump, he hears...
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