Books by Jim DeFilippi

DUCK ALLEY by Jim DeFilippi
Released: Sept. 1, 1999

"The depth of Tasti's spiritual agony is doubtless meant to be profound, but the story just doesn—t make it real, with the result that the profound and the inane are at loggerheads."
A second from DeFilippi has parallels with his considerably stronger Blood Sugar (1992), but too much in plot flies off with too little in substantive atmosphere or theme to act as ballast. Read full book review >
BLOOD SUGAR by Jim DeFilippi
Released: Aug. 5, 1992

"DeFilippi, who spent four years in the military police corps, serves up suburban police procedures with style."
Revived adolescent passion triggers the downfall of a Long Island policeman who's been walking the straight and narrow for 30 years. Read full book review >