Category Archives: Dominick Candiotti

Wet Work- The Movie; Who Should Play Dominick?

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With the tremendous popularity of three thriller films that have been released in the last two weeks—“The Equalizer,” “A Walk Among the Tombstones,” and best of all, “Gone Girl,” I was reminded that since my new suspense novel Wet Work appeared about a month ago, everyone’s been asking me what… Read more »

Sneak Peek: Read Chapter Four from “Wet Work”

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Chapter Four Like a magician’s sleight-of-hand illusion, the glass of vodka seemed to materialize on top of the bar when Douglas wasn’t looking. He hadn’t seen the woman sidle up on his left and slip the drink in front of him. That was unlike him. Not paying attention in his… Read more »

Win an Advance Reading Copy of “Wet Work”

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Want to be among the first to read Les Roberts’ new book, Wet Work? Want to get the same version of the book that was sent to media and retailers ahead of publication? Would you like it to be autographed by Les Roberts? Yes? Then you should enter the contest… Read more »

Sneak Peek: Read Chapter Three from “Wet Work”

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Chapter Three: Og The obese, balding little man frowned deeply. After spraying both the mouthpiece and the earpiece of his phone with Lysol—even though it was his phone in his private at-home office that no one else ever used—he squirted some alcohol on his hands and rubbed them together to… Read more »

Sneak Peek: Read Chapter Two from “Wet Work”

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Chapter Two Most people return from a stressful business trip with a certain relief, believing home is the best place there is, eager to be embraced and surrounded by the environment they created for themselves. But since Douglas didn’t really consider the airy, modern apartment on Massachusetts Avenue near Lockerbie… Read more »

Sneak Peek: Read Chapter One from “Wet Work”

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Chapter One Eight o’clock mass on a gray, cold morning. It was only early November, but the threat of snow hung above the muddy river and threatened the air outside St. Catherine’s Catholic Church, making the chilly worshippers wonder what had happened to autumn. The blue-collar guys on their way… Read more »

My new thriller, Wet Work, is now available for pre-order

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My new thriller, Wet Work, is now available for pre-order at: Your favorite local bookstore: Amazon.com Barnes&Noble.com Gray & Company Dominick Candiotti is a paid assassin for the shadowy Brownstone Agency, but he wants out. His anonymous boss turns the tables and assigns fellow agents to eliminate him. On the… Read more »

Something to Look Forward To

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Bye-bye winter—finally. FINALLY! Here I am, two days from Memorial Day, the pool just outside my office window is open for my neighbors, pale-skinned sunbathers who’d been SURE they would be tanned by now are delicately slathering themselves with suntan oil, and kids are screaming each time they jump into… Read more »