Books by James Dalessandro

1906 by James Dalessandro
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: April 18, 2004

"Prelude to the disaster feels a bit like woolgathering, but Dalessandro (Bohemian Heart, 1993, etc.) pays off with an exciting and vivid depiction of history."
Interwoven storylines—civic corruption, sex, high-profile murder, Enrico Caruso—lead up to, then involve the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire. Read full book review >
BOHEMIAN HEART by James Dalessandro
Released: Sept. 8, 1993

"Only the lumbering, predictable denouement of this first novel is off the pace."
Foiled in generations of his family's attempts to get the goods on those thieving San Francisco developers the Farraguts—culminating in his dismissal from the police force after he's accused William Farragut IV of conniving in the murder of the gay mayor—p.i. Read full book review >