Books by Mark Miano

DEAD OF SUMMER by Mark Miano
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: April 1, 1999

"The culprit could be the lowest-impact serial killer in the business."
Not just summer, either; there are enough corpses to carpet all four seasons in this high-casualty but curiously unengaging, whodunit. Read full book review >
THE STREET WHERE SHE LIVED by Mark Miano
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: March 1, 1998

"Despite Carpo's Everyman appeal, a humdrum entry in the serial-killer genre."
Because he's the kind of can-do guy who responds to screams outside his apartment by looking out the window and rushing into the street instead of dialing 911 or pulling down the shades, Channel 8 newswriter Michael Carpo (Flesh and Stone, 1997) gets a glimpse of the trench-coated figure fleeing from still-alive Irene Foster, the neighbor who discovered flight attendant Cheryl Street's gruesome murder. Read full book review >
FLESH AND STONE by Mark Miano
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Feb. 1, 1997

"Miano's first novel kicks off with an appealingly strong situation—the backbiting in the WIBN newsroom crackles with tension—before trailing off in drably unconvincing dialogue and a shrilly unconvincing villain."
How cold is it in New York? Read full book review >