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A Touch of Deceit Winner Of The Southwest Writers Novel Contest, Thriller Category FBI Agent Nick Bracco Can T Stop A Kurdish Terrorist From Firing Missiles At Random Homes Across The Country The Police Can T Stand Watch Over Every Household, So Bracco Recruits His Cousin Tommy To Help Track Down This Terrorist Tommy Is In The Mafia Oh Yeah, It Gets Messy Fast As Fast As You Can Turn The Pages Stephen Carpenter, Creator Of NBC S Hit Show Grimm, Said, Couldn T Put It Down And Now I Want Bravo Judith L Pearson Author Of Wolves At The Door, And Belly Of The Beast, Said, Gary Ponzo Is Simply The Best New Thriller Writer Out There


About the Author: Gary Ponzo

Gary Ponzo was born in Brooklyn, but now lives in Phoenix with his wife Jennifer and two children, Jessica and Kyle He began his writing career focusing on short stories to gain publishing credit His stories have appeared in numerous publications including Amazing Journeys Magazine and Potpourri Two of his stories were nominated for the very prestigious Pushcart Prize.His first novel, A Touch of Deceit, won the Southwest Writers Novel Contest.Gary s Nick Bracco series has sold over 100,000 copies worldwide He is an avid reader, runner and loves spending time with the family.



10 thoughts on “A Touch of Deceit

  1. Aaron Aaron says:

    I don t generally read plain ol realistic fiction very often I usually need some sort of science fiction or fantasy element to a book for it to pique my interest However, Gary Ponzo promised non stop action when he requested a review of this book so I thought, We ll just see about that I figured if he was right that the book might be a fun read The author was not lying It s easy to see why this book won the Sou


  2. Pop Pop says:

    This was a Goodreads give a way book from Gary Ponzo I received the book from Gary shortly after I was notified that I was a winner in his give a way I wasn t expecting much but was I ever surprised I should have immediately started reading It was that good and I really had a hard time putting the book down once I began reading This is Gary Ponzo s first book in the Nick Bracco thrillers I definitely wantIf you are int


  3. Giovanni Gelati Giovanni Gelati says:

    Hello to everyone and welcome to the middle of the week Joy of joys Things have been hopping here Gelati s Scoop The G Zone and I couldn t be happier The rest of the week we have some really nice novels, and digital shorts to feature Our guests the next few days are a great assortment of genres and personalities Thursday in the G Zone is Gary Ponzo, today s featured author post, and on Friday in a return engagement Leonardo Ra


  4. Jennifer Chase Jennifer Chase says:

    Many novels these days are tagged as a Thriller Sometimes I m a little disappointed because they don t always seem to fit that genre I was pleasantly surprised that A Touch of Deceit checked every box for me that a thriller should be andI was immediately engrossed in Gary Ponzo s debut, award winning thriller from the first page.The hero, Nick Bracco works as an anti terrorism FBI agent The reader is instantly thrown into the high sta


  5. Adam Smith Adam Smith says:

    Terrorists are loose on U.S soil and they re ready to kill as many people as it takes until their demands are met When bombs start going off against civilian targets, it s down to Nick Bracco, lead member of the FBI s counterterrorist task force, and his partner to find the head terrorist and stop him before things can get any worseThis book was awesome I don t usually read this genre, and to be honest I only really picked this up because the


  6. Shawn Callon Shawn Callon says:

    Gary s action packed, fast paced novel features two key characters Nick and Matt Nick is theinteresting character as he appears to be suffering from some sort of PTSD or panic attack as he tracks down the leader of the terrorist group Matt remains laconic throughout the whole novel relishing his reputation as the best sharpshooter in the FBI His main role is to protect Nick, always alert to any perceived danger that could hurt his buddy I enjoyed the


  7. John John says:

    This is the 1st story that I have read by this author and it won t be the last.The story introduces Nick Bracco who is a member of the FBI Terrorism Task Force He becomes involved with events that are being performed by Turkish Kurds They are bombing houses in each of the fifty states and he is assigned stop them.In order for Nick to stop them, it becomes necessary to employ a secret weapon You will need to read the story to find out what it is.The action po


  8. Cathy Ryan Cathy Ryan says:

    4.5 starsHow often does an FBI Agent have a relative and a friend in the Mafia Nick Bracco does His cousin, Tommy Bracco and boyhood friend, Silk The three men grew up together and have remained close Nick is the head of an anti terrorist unit and he and his partner, Matt McColm, capture a Kurdish terrorist, Rashid Baser The leader of the terrorists, Kemel Kharrazi retaliates by taking Nick s brother hostage.The Kurdish group of terrorists are in the United States t


  9. T.W. Barton T.W. Barton says:

    The first in the Nick Bracco thriller series by a new indie author.This book was like a punch in the teeth There s plenty of adrenaline filled action There were a few grammar issues and some of the scenes read oddly due to the word choice but nothing that was too detracting.I almost always like it when authors take creative license with real life or perceived ideas of government and agencies In this case you have an FBI agent that recruits the mob to assist in taking down t


  10. Mark Mallett Mark Mallett says:

    Fiction about terrorists is not something I m drawn to I read this one because it s the first in a collection of 13 mystery thriller novels that I picked up, and I started in on it because I figured 2300 pages would keep me busy for a while But really, I enjoyed this a lotthan three stars would indicate If I had the sequel in front of me I d be reading that next Goodreads needs half stars or else acomplex grading system with multiple axes But that s getting off track The book Ficti


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