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By Owen Parr | Comments: ( 587 ) | Date: ( Dec 09, 2019 )

Mancuso, in his admitted Sherlock Holmes style, likes to look beyond the obvious To observe things others looked at, but did not see Former NYPD Detective, Giuseppe Joey Mancuso, and his half brother, Father Dominic O Brian have ten days before the end of the trial, to find the real murderer Real Estate developer, Harold Longworth, is facing life in prison for the murMancuso, in his admitted Sherlock Holmes style, likes to look beyond the obvious To observe things others looked at, but did not see Former NYPD Detective, Giuseppe Joey Mancuso, and his half brother, Father Dominic O Brian have ten days before the end of the trial, to find the real murderer Real Estate developer, Harold Longworth, is facing life in prison for the murder of his wife in the Sagaponack, Long Island, New York, home Just hired by the defense attorneys, Joey realizes that for a whole year before the trial, the attorneys have bundled the investigation Was it on purpose Are the attorneys covering something up The day of the murder, a year ago, Suffolk PD homicide detectives, found Mr Longworth, alone in the home, sitting by his wife s body after he called 9 1 1 Her blood was on his clothes His bloody prints were on the murder weapon Gunshot residue, on his arms and hands The prosecution is on the last days of their presentation They have proven opportunity on the part of Longworth As for motivation, they are about to show that Mrs Longworth, the victim, was asking for a divorce, and settlement on a 75 Million estate Further, they uncovered that Mr Harold Longworth, suspected his wife of having an affair Joey, having been nicknamed The Last Advocate of the Victims, by the local New York press, due to their last case, in which they solved three murders in one week, was hired reluctantly, by the defense in the last days of the trial Margery, the 19 year old daughter of Mr Mrs Longworth, insisted that Joey and brother Dominic get involved in the case As Mancuso and Father O Brian begin working the case, from their center of operations Captain O Brian s Pub and Cigar Bar, corner of Beaver and Hanover Streets, in the Financial District of Manhattan, they find that there could be a lot to this murder The Longworth Foundation, a 100 Million non profit organization, is under FBI probe and IRS audit, for potential tax schemes, money laundering, and colluding with foreign governments Mancuso, in his admitted Sherlock Holmes style, likes to look beyond the obvious To observe things others looked at, but, did not see Can Mancuso and O Brian save Mr Longworth from a life sentence Will they be able to unravel a possible fraudulent tax scheme being concocted by the Foundation executives Or, is it simply a case of the husband did it, out of jealously Join Joey and Father Dominic, as they work feverishly in the last days of the trial, in their latest crime mystery A whodunit page turner, with sides of humor and romance.


  • Title: A Murder on Long Island: A Joey Mancuso Father O'Brian Crime Mystery
  • Author: Owen Parr
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 255
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About Author:

Owen Parr

4th Award for Parr Owen was awarded the New Apple Literary Services award Solo Medalist in Mystery, for his A Murder on Wall Street on February 14th, 2017 This is a REPEAt award, as Owen won the same award in 2016 for his Operation Raven The Dead Have Secrets Readers have compared Owen s novels to classics from Robert Ludlum and Michaels Connelly One reader wrote If Ludlum and Connelly wrote a novel together, it would be an Owen Parr novel Utilizing his experiences of over a quarter of a century working for Wall Street firms, he has crafted a series of political intrigue and crime novels, fusing fiction with facts Born in Havana, Cuba, and later growing up in Miami He enjoys reading fiction to transport himself to another world And in his writing, he does that for his readers in a very successful way His readers are fully wrapped in the plots and have fallen in love with his amazing characters.Published author of articles in trade magazines Hobby painter of acrylics on canvasses and middle of the road golfer, Owen spends his day still employed in the financial advice industry.Married at the age of nineteen he pursued a career in electrical engineering until boredom set in From there he went to own and operate his own multi branch real estate firm and licensing school.Since 1986 he has been employed in the financial advice industry During this time he has written articles for the local paper, political ramblings for his blog and screenplays that he is now converting into fictional novels.In 1959 my father and mother left everything behind in order to move to the United States Miami Beach, to be specific It is interesting to note, before you say, Owen Parr a Cuban That, my dad, also Owen Parr, was born in New York and his dad moved to Havana when my dad was eight years old.Moving on, I grew up in Miami Beach, finished my elementary education at St Joseph s and attended high school at St Patrick s, both in Miami Beach and obviously Catholic schools After high school, I began college seeking a career in Electrical Engineering Mr Parr, my dad, was a Civil engineer and had wanted me to study engineering My two older brothers had declined that invitation, so I felt duty bound to comply with his wishes.For six years I worked in the engineering department of our local utility, Florida Power and Light Bored to death, I opened a side business during the construction boom in South Florida, circa 1970 s and sold floor coverings and appliances to builders for their newly constructed homes and condominiums This was the time in Miami when the so called drug wars began, which lasted through the 1980 s.I consolidated my efforts by selling my part time business to my partner and left FPL to go into real estate sales full time Four years later, I opened my own real estate company and grew it to five offices with over one hundred associates and a real estate school In my thirties and in the middle of a personal boom, interest rates for mortgages climbed to 19%, with the Prime Rate at 21%, as Jimmy Carter left and Ronald Reagan became president No one, I mean, no one bought homes at that point So, I sold my real estate company for a minuscule fraction of what it had been worth and moved on.In 1986, just prior to the stock market crash of 1987, I became a financial advisor with a major Wall Street firm Proud to say, I swam upstream and thirty plus years later, I am still at it and enjoying it tremendously Taking care of my clients is paramount Today, I enjoy a partnership in my business with an associate, that will cater to my client s sons and daughters.You re asking, When did you start writing That s what you want to know Right All through my career I wrote Newsletters at the jobs, advertising campaigns, articles for trade magazines and so on In the 1990 s I developed an itch to write screenplays Went to school and took a few courses and yes



Comments A Murder on Long Island: A Joey Mancuso Father O'Brian Crime Mystery

  • Lagniappe

    Strong plot that moves along nicely, interesting characters, nice local flavor (without being too overpowering). What's not to like? A definite recommend and I look forward to sampling another in this series.


  • AudioBookReviewer

    My original A Murder on Long Island: The Last Advocate audiobook review and many others can be found at Audiobook Reviewer.The Mancuso brothers are back to solve the mystery of a dead wife, a husband accused of the murder and a whole lot more! Joey is approached by the daughter and lawyers of the husband – the brothers have days to solve the year-old murder mystery – find the murderer and not send the wrong guy to prison.Joey’s plate is full between the pressing murder mystery, his girlfri [...]


  • Gerald Darnell

    I love New York…a great place to visit, but I wouldn’t want to live there. However, I do enjoy reading about it, and the offering by Author Owen Parr in ‘Murder in Manhattan’ was definitely not disappointing. His unique knowledge of the city, along with the wonderfully described fictional settings are the perfect backdrop for a delightful story along with a unique murder mystery drama.Author Parr’s well developed characters of Joey Mancusco, ex NYPD detective and his half-brother Fathe [...]


  • Owen Parr

    Reviewed by Christian Sia for Readers' FavoriteA Murder on Long Island: A Joey Mancuso, Father O'Brian Crime Mystery by Owen Parr is the second entry in a series with interesting characters to follow, featuring sleuths, mystery, and murder. Harold Longworth could get a life sentence for the murder of his wife and, if indeed he never committed the murder, there is very little time in which to prove it. In fact, very few days! But the odds are stacked against him because every available piece of e [...]


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