Phantom Lover by Kfir Luzzatto ~ Book Tour & Review


Phantom Lover

by Kfir Luzzatto

genre: Paranormal Detective Series

It was bad enough, I can assure you, finding a half-naked ectoplasm sitting at my desk, but she had to talk nonsense too.

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by Kfir Luzzatto

genre: Paranormal Detective Series “Where the hell are they coming from?” When Frankie asked a question, it always sounded like he was placing the blame on someone—me, in this case. Instead of answering, I squashed the white mouse that had just climbed out of his coffee cup. The mouse had the consistency of putty and felt like it; no bloodshed was involved in the squashing.

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Meet the Author:

Kfir was born and raised in Italy, and moved to Israel as a teenager. He acquired the love for the English language from his father, a former U.S. soldier and WWII veteran, a voracious reader and a prolific writer. With a PhD in chemical engineering and a long family history that he needs to live up to, Kfir work as a patent attorney and heads the patent law firm that was established by his great-grandfather in Milan, Italy, in 1869. Kfir lives in Omer, Israel, with his full-time partner, Esther, their four children, Michal, Lilach, Tamar and Yonatan, and the dog Elvis. Writing has always been Kfir's passion and for almost four years he wrote a weekly "Patents" column in Globes (Israel’s financial newspaper), which also yielded his only (if he can help it) non-fiction book, THE WORLD OF PATENTS, (a not-so-boring tale of what patents are about, in Hebrew), which was published in 2002 by Globes Press. Kfir loves writing short stories but has too many novels waiting to be written (and possibly not enough years ahead of him to write them all), so now he mostly writes full-length fiction. His other passion is working with other authors on stories he loves and that's how he wound up serving on the editorial board of The Harrow Press as Anthology Editor.

You can read about Kfir's books (website). He loves them all, but never had greater fun than when working on “HAVE BOOK WILL TRAVEL”, a YA fantasy that he wrote together with his son, Yonatan.

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Phantom Lover Tour:

I recently read three short stories by Kfir Luzzatto. I have never read a short story before but i really enjoyed them. Writing was very well done, the storyline moved quickly as i assumed it would, but it was well done.

Phantom Lover was a short 15 page mystery in which private investigator Dave Callaghan is hired by a wealthy married young woman to find out who it is her husband is seeing as it's her suspicions he's involved with a ghost. Little does the married woman know that ghost in which she's implied her husband is seeing is along for the investigation with Dave in hopes to clear her name.

Accidental Lazarus was a slightly longer mystery. This time private investigator Dave Callaghan is contacted by a very recently deceased mobster 'Stupid Joe'. Stupid Joe needs Dave to help him find out who it was responsible for his death, and assist him in seeking his revenge. While Dave investigates Stupid Joe gets comfortable settling into Dave's apartment, and keeping Dave's girlfriend company. Dave moves quicker to solve the mystery, and finally finds the killer. 

Mice was the longest of the three short stories. Dave Callaghan is hired by a mob boss Frankie Leone to find out who is sending the talking annoying mice who are infesting his office, and life. To help him understand who he's investigating Dave captures a mouse to interrogate, but after a few choice music selections and advice from The Cornflake Oracle he slowly finds out who this mouse is, and why she is so special. After a betrayal from hi,s what he thought with his closest friend, his closest allly becomes a ghost named Jake who seems to resemble a very entertaining popeye the sailor. With Jake's help he saves the mouse, seeks revenge on his friend, and as hired to do... solves the mice mystery. 

~*Posted by Cheryl
 ~*Disclaimer: This post was written by Cheryl. I received the above books for an honest review. All opinions are honest and my own.*~

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for sharing a review on it. This looks interesting.


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