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New York City has been attacked, and the Apache Code has been issued, closing every bridge, road, and tunnel in and out of the city. Mayor Roland Fortune, Police Commissioner Gina Carbone, and Dr. Gabriel Hauser are all trying to save their city in the best way they know how. But whose motives can be believed and trusted? And how long can the city last before it s brought New York City has been attacked, and the Apache Code has been issued, closing every bridge, road, and tunnel in and out of the city. Mayor Roland Fortune, Police Commissioner Gina Carbone, and Dr. Gabriel Hauser are all trying to save their city in the best way they know how. But whose motives can be believed and trusted? And how long can the city last before it s brought to its knees?"


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New York City has been attacked, and the Apache Code has been issued, closing every bridge, road, and tunnel in and out of the city. Mayor Roland Fortune, Police Commissioner Gina Carbone, and Dr. Gabriel Hauser are all trying to save their city in the best way they know how. But whose motives can be believed and trusted? And how long can the city last before it s brought New York City has been attacked, and the Apache Code has been issued, closing every bridge, road, and tunnel in and out of the city. Mayor Roland Fortune, Police Commissioner Gina Carbone, and Dr. Gabriel Hauser are all trying to save their city in the best way they know how. But whose motives can be believed and trusted? And how long can the city last before it s brought to its knees?"

30 review for Manhattan Lockdown

  1. 4 out of 5

    Toni Osborne

    This thought-provoking thriller brings us to New York City on a beautiful Sunday afternoon to celebrate Roland Fortune’s birthday, the guest of honor and the mayor of the city. Then suddenly multiple explosions rock the entire building….many are killed or terribly injured….Manhattan is placed on lockdown… This fast moving plot not only provides entertainment but will also make us think….could a terrorist attack happen again…The plot brings us literally into a battle in the streets of Manhattan as This thought-provoking thriller brings us to New York City on a beautiful Sunday afternoon to celebrate Roland Fortune’s birthday, the guest of honor and the mayor of the city. Then suddenly multiple explosions rock the entire building….many are killed or terribly injured….Manhattan is placed on lockdown… This fast moving plot not only provides entertainment but will also make us think….could a terrorist attack happen again…The plot brings us literally into a battle in the streets of Manhattan as well-known buildings are blown apart by terrorists. The story gets straight into the action in the first pages and moves along at a steady pace with never ending twists and turns all the way through. The descriptions are so vivid it is easy to become part of the horrible scenes of carnage. In this provocative tale there is so much tension and turmoil all through no wonder I was kept on the edge of my seat and hanging on…:) The story’s unpredictability is particularly well-done, no way can we forecast how it will evolve, how it will end and who is really responsible for the bombings. The driven force is the many well-developed and complex characters that populate the pages. We work our way through the story following the Mayor, the Police Commissioner, the NYPD, the president of the United States, a doctor and panoply of smaller players. This thriller is without any doubt a suspenseful look at a plausible scenario. I received this ARC from the publisher Oceanview Publishing via Edelweiss for an honest and unbiased review.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Zippergirl

    The sun is shining in Manhattan and thousands of tourists and native New Yorkers swarm the Metropolitan Museum of Art, when explosions start to rip through the building. Moments later a man runs into this urban combat zone to administer aid and comfort to the hundreds of shocked and injured victims sprawled across the stone steps. The heroism of this disgraced military doctor is captured on video and within hours he is hailed as the Angel of Life. The mayor, injured in the first blast, orders th The sun is shining in Manhattan and thousands of tourists and native New Yorkers swarm the Metropolitan Museum of Art, when explosions start to rip through the building. Moments later a man runs into this urban combat zone to administer aid and comfort to the hundreds of shocked and injured victims sprawled across the stone steps. The heroism of this disgraced military doctor is captured on video and within hours he is hailed as the Angel of Life. The mayor, injured in the first blast, orders the island locked down. All bridges and tunnels are closed, all flights in and out cancelled. Four million citizens are now caught between an unknown number of terrorists and the police commissioner’s hand-picked anti-terrorism squad. This black ops team takes no prisoners. So frightening. So real. You may never want to leave your house again. I received this book in exchange for an honest review.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Reading Reindeer

    Review: MANHATTAN LOCKDOWN by Paul Batista Like Thomas Harris' 1975 thriller BLACK SUNDAY, about a terrorist attack on the Super Bowl, MANHATTAN LOCKDOWN portrays events most of us hope never happen: a terrorist assault on New York City, commencing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. [Yes, I realize this happened on September 11, 2001.] This is not a one-event act, but a series of terrors. Also different is the composition of law enforcement agencies, including Homeland Security, and former Marine Review: MANHATTAN LOCKDOWN by Paul Batista Like Thomas Harris' 1975 thriller BLACK SUNDAY, about a terrorist attack on the Super Bowl, MANHATTAN LOCKDOWN portrays events most of us hope never happen: a terrorist assault on New York City, commencing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. [Yes, I realize this happened on September 11, 2001.] This is not a one-event act, but a series of terrors. Also different is the composition of law enforcement agencies, including Homeland Security, and former Marine and Staten Island native, NYPD Commissioner Gina Carbone, a strong character with a mission: to protect her community, and halt the terrorism. [I reviewed via NetGalley.]

  4. 5 out of 5

    January Gray

    I enjoyed this book. Sorry I overlooked leaving a review here.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Sharon

    I did not care for this book....at all. I managed to get almost halfway through before deciding it was just not for me. It's unusual for me to stop reading a book part way through. First of all, the characters were not at all likeable (none of them...even those who seemed that they would be... turned out not to be) Second of all the story was so far removed from reality that even the fact that it is clearly fiction could save it for me. Now, I'm more than willing to overlook an author who stretc I did not care for this book....at all. I managed to get almost halfway through before deciding it was just not for me. It's unusual for me to stop reading a book part way through. First of all, the characters were not at all likeable (none of them...even those who seemed that they would be... turned out not to be) Second of all the story was so far removed from reality that even the fact that it is clearly fiction could save it for me. Now, I'm more than willing to overlook an author who stretched a real event or real person or moves a landmark somewhat to make their story work, but- for me anyway- this went way above and beyond. It's possible that my reaction is skewed by the fact that I live in the immediate NYC area and was here before, during and after the events of 9-11. SPOILER ALERT: The rogue police commissioner running her own private prison and interrogation system in NYC was crazy enough- but to write that no one knew about this except her hand picked team on duty there is ridiculous- there were people who BUILT the damn place etc. so unless she also killed all the contractors etc...you know what I mean? In the first half of the book there are multiple major terrorist attacks on NYC - and then in other places around the world. The Mayor of NYC (who is a drug addict and the police commissioner knows this) and the commissioner complain mightily to the powers that be in D.C. that they cannot get any help from the military and people are starving and sleeping in the streets. Ummmm excuse me, but the first military units into NY City after 9-11 (aside from those stationed IN NYC) were from the NY State National Guard- which the Governor sent. This author seems not to know this and didn't even include the Governor in her pleas for help. Manhattan WAS, in fact, "locked down" in the immediate aftermath of the attack on the World Trade Center but no one starved or slept in the streets or parks. In one scene in the book the city is supposedly still shut down but a reporter - looking for this alleged secret prison- is caught in traffic.....when the city was shut down there was NO TRAFFIC except police, EMS, FF and military. He would not have been able to travel anywhere and there would be no traffic jams. People stranded in the City after 9-11 were able to get out in a number of ways: 1) they could walk across the otherwise closed bridges 2) they were ferried across the Hudson to NJ and assisted from there. The armory was opened and people could go there for help and to stay and people were able to stay in many hotel lobbies; hospitals, schools etc etc etc. Some people were sheltered by strangers in their own homes. Maybe I was too involved in this at the time to be able to overlook all of this but after awhile- I just couldn't keep reading. Add to that the fact that I couldn't find one character that I liked at all and it was too much for me.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Karen

    The topic had the potential to be an excellent storyline, but it wandered, a lot. I did enjoy the characters though, but the book fell short..

  7. 4 out of 5

    DelAnne Frazee

    Title: Manhattan Lockdown Author: Paul Batista Publisher: Oceanview Publishing Published: 7-19-2016 Pages: 336 Genre: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense Sub-Genre: Crime Drama, Terrorism; Vigilante Justice ISBN: 9781608091973 ASIN: B01AV0CBHS Reviewed For NetGalley and Reviewer: DelAnne Rating: 4.5 Stars . A huge rooftop birthday celebration for Mayor Roland Fortune at the Metropolitan museum is quickly brought to an end when terrorist nearly bring the building down. The mayor is one of those left injured. Many Title: Manhattan Lockdown Author: Paul Batista Publisher: Oceanview Publishing Published: 7-19-2016 Pages: 336 Genre: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense Sub-Genre: Crime Drama, Terrorism; Vigilante Justice ISBN: 9781608091973 ASIN: B01AV0CBHS Reviewed For NetGalley and Reviewer: DelAnne Rating: 4.5 Stars . A huge rooftop birthday celebration for Mayor Roland Fortune at the Metropolitan museum is quickly brought to an end when terrorist nearly bring the building down. The mayor is one of those left injured. Many are dead; and more are about to die as New York City is taken siege as more bombs are triggered at other landmarks. Fortune locks down the city in hopes of trapping the terrorist within its boundaries. The President and others from various government agencies come together with aid of the battered city. Police Commissioner Gina Carbone uses her man power to find the terrorist and exterminate them and she is willing to use any means or tactics necessary, legal or not. From beginning to end Manhattan Lockdown will have you on the edge of your seat. With world events as they are this is a scary look at what is possible and what we are willing to do to keep it from happening. My rating is 4.5 out of 5 stars. Amazon Link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01AV0CBHS/... Barnes and Noble Link: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/manh... GoodReads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/2... The Reading Room: https://www.facebook.com/permalink.ph... Twitter: https://twitter.com/DelAnne531/status...

  8. 4 out of 5

    Debbie Oxier

    I really thought I was going to like this book. It sounded right up my alley. But I got a little more than halfway through and have up. There just wasn't enough there to keep me reading. For one thing, I didn't much care for the characters and had a difficult time getting a read on them. Roland Fortune, the mayor was pretty self-serving and when he and his girlfriend were caught in the terrorist attack, he walked away without even checking to see if she was ok. Gina Carbone, the Commissioner, wa I really thought I was going to like this book. It sounded right up my alley. But I got a little more than halfway through and have up. There just wasn't enough there to keep me reading. For one thing, I didn't much care for the characters and had a difficult time getting a read on them. Roland Fortune, the mayor was pretty self-serving and when he and his girlfriend were caught in the terrorist attack, he walked away without even checking to see if she was ok. Gina Carbone, the Commissioner, was a cold you-know-what who wanted her way on everything and saw she got it whether by legal means or not. And I never could get a read on Dr. Gabriel Hauser. He was gay and living with his lover, had just come out of the closet, and worked at one of the area's hospitals. He was near the site of the bombing and was the first responder which caught the attention of not only the public, but that of the Commissioner and Mayor as well. One minute I'm liking him, the next not so much. Maybe I missed something in a previous book but needless to say, I didn't care enough to pursue it. This one just didn't do it for me.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Jean Hemes

    Wonderful book. Now I want to read others by the same author. Fabulous. This book has lots of twists and turns keeping you on the edge of your seat. If you like Vince Flynn and Brad Thor you will love this book.

  10. 5 out of 5

    batya7

    Very enjoyable. Fast. Action. New York City scenes. Terrorists, police, and government operations. Well written and unexpectedly compelling. Read it.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Judy

    Great story once your able to get into the story line. I felt the other had a hard time capturing my interest. But once he did the book was good. Always enjoyed mysteries

  12. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    It was a very mixed book. Fast and thrilling at times, slow and confusing at others. The characters were not totally believe but unfortunately, the scenario was. A fast read.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca Hale

    Riveting Spellbinding mystery set in New York City. Great read for those that like political thrillers. Leaves room for a sequel

  14. 5 out of 5

    Nick Whitehurst

    A Good Read This short read is a middling good political thriller with usual feds vs. locals theme. Some interesting characters were somewhat developed.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Katie

    The premise of Manhattan Lockdown is very intriguing - a direct terrorist hit on New York's cultural scene designed to kill as many tourists and innocent families as possible under the watch of a politically charismatic mayor and an astute, somewhat vigilante female police commissioner. The characters were well-developed and complex. The mayor is well-liked with an aristocratic English girlfriend and regular visits with the president to play street basketball, who has a bit of a drug problem. The The premise of Manhattan Lockdown is very intriguing - a direct terrorist hit on New York's cultural scene designed to kill as many tourists and innocent families as possible under the watch of a politically charismatic mayor and an astute, somewhat vigilante female police commissioner. The characters were well-developed and complex. The mayor is well-liked with an aristocratic English girlfriend and regular visits with the president to play street basketball, who has a bit of a drug problem. The police commissioner is a tough no-nonsense police officer with a loyal following among the police force, a married mafia boyfriend, and a penchant for violent justice on her terms. One of the characters that we initially meet is an emergency room doctor, who begins treating patients on the street and is heralded as the "Angel of Life", yet he shuns the press because of his stormy childhood background and his dismissal from the military as a result of being gay. The president and his cabinet members are characterized by their physicality and egos. While the plot never truly defines who is responsible for the bombing, it does point multiple fingers at who is responsible for the lockdown and the destruction of several characters. In fact, the plot takes a backseat to the characters, who clearly drive the story. The plot left me with more questions than answers, and I never really understood some of the characters' - most notably Gabe's role in the attack. For me, Manhattan Lockdown seemed to be a commentary on how our rush to blame can actually do more harm than the terrorist act. Additionally, the ending left me confused and unclear of the effectiveness of the police commissioner's actions, which previously I had thought were brutal but effective. Overall, I liked the characterizations but found the plot too flawed to make reading enjoyable.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Dan Curnutt

    In this modern day thriller we find the city of New York, specifically Manhattan, under attack by terrorist. The action starts out with a several bombs being detonated and many people dying as well as property being destroyed. Among those caught in the bombings is the Mayor of New York, Roland Fortune, and many well know famous people. Mayor Fortune while injured by the explosions finds himself needing to stay involved so as to bring hope and comfort to the citizens of New York. Police Commissione In this modern day thriller we find the city of New York, specifically Manhattan, under attack by terrorist. The action starts out with a several bombs being detonated and many people dying as well as property being destroyed. Among those caught in the bombings is the Mayor of New York, Roland Fortune, and many well know famous people. Mayor Fortune while injured by the explosions finds himself needing to stay involved so as to bring hope and comfort to the citizens of New York. Police Commissioner Gina Carbone puts into action the emergency plan titled “Fort Apache.” This plan locksdown Manhattan by closing all the bridges, all the subways, all trains and all helicopter and boat traffic to the island. In essence the Island of Manhattan becomes a large prison for the millions who live there and those who just happened to be visiting. The first set of bombings is not the last. There are more attacks that take place. One of the first responders to the first attack is an off duty Emergency Room doctor, Gabriel Hauser, who gets dubbed the Angel of Life as many video feeds capture him going from victim to victim at the first bombing site. What is interesting is to work our way through the story and follow the actions of the Mayor, the Police Commissioner, the NYPD as well as The President of the United States. But what caught me more about the story, although it is very well written and exciting, was the fact that I felt it was more a political statement about Gay rights, Police over reach and profiling and how politicians often are looking out for themselves than for those they are sworn to serve. While it seems as those there is some preaching going on during the story I found that it really didn’t detract from the story, nor did it offend my sensibilities, even though I am a retired Police Chaplain. I loved the tension. I love the interplay of the characters. I loved the development of the characters. I think that Paul Baptista did a great job with this story and I look forward to many more.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Norma

    ( Format : audio ) ""The F as in fiction"" It began with an explosion - well three, to be precise - an attack on the museum on a warm, sunny day and ki!ling hundreds of tourists and families enjoying a pleasant time out. Sarah, the wife of the mayor, is one of the casualties. What follows next has to be heard to be believed: it is outrageous, exciting, unexpected and totally captivating. I had expected a good political thriller, a search to find the culprits of the atrocities and, yes, Manhattan L ( Format : audio ) ""The F as in fiction"" It began with an explosion - well three, to be precise - an attack on the museum on a warm, sunny day and ki!ling hundreds of tourists and families enjoying a pleasant time out. Sarah, the wife of the mayor, is one of the casualties. What follows next has to be heard to be believed: it is outrageous, exciting, unexpected and totally captivating. I had expected a good political thriller, a search to find the culprits of the atrocities and, yes, Manhattan Lockdown is all of that. But so much more. And some of the possible implications which arise are very uncomfortable. The story is well told with certain individual's lives, present and past, highlighted and woven through the main action, like that of the media hyped 'Angel of Light', a doctor early on the scene of the first explosion who risks injury or possible death to help the wounded and a reporter out to make his name with a scoop. But no one is quite what they seem to be, and as the terrorist action escalates, the story twists unexpectedly winding tighter and tighter. The characterisation is excellent, the plot very imaginative and the whole scarily thought provoking. Rob Saladino does a fair job narrating apart from some strange word pronunciations. He captures distinctive conversational voices for all of the protagonists although his performance as the Times reporter was somewhat slurred and a couple of others were also problematic. However the overall quality of the book was mostly let down by a poor editing in the production, with varying sound quality, some longer than necessary pauses, and, as at the conclusion of the book, no pause at all. But do not be put off by these minor problems which are, at worst, a mere irritation. This is a book well worth buying as it will shock as well as surprise and entertain. My thanks to the rights holder for the complementary copy which I received in exchange for an honest review. This I have given

  18. 4 out of 5

    Kaz

    4.0 out of 5 stars The elite of Manhattan are gathered on a perfect Sunday afternoon, By Kaz Angel This review is from: Manhattan Lockdown: A party on the roof garden of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's is where the action start's and doesn't slow down for a minute. The elite of Manhattan are gathered on a perfect Sunday afternoon, totally oblivious to the horror about to rock New York City, Every law inforcement and security agency decend on Manhattan, as the cities landmark buildings are target 4.0 out of 5 stars The elite of Manhattan are gathered on a perfect Sunday afternoon, By Kaz Angel This review is from: Manhattan Lockdown: A party on the roof garden of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's is where the action start's and doesn't slow down for a minute. The elite of Manhattan are gathered on a perfect Sunday afternoon, totally oblivious to the horror about to rock New York City, Every law inforcement and security agency decend on Manhattan, as the cities landmark buildings are targeted by terrorists. Enter the city commissioner, who I have to say, put's the rest of them to shame. Operating on a no nonsense , just inside legal guideline's, Gina Carbone is an exciting female kick ass boss, ex military, who will take the law and kick it into touch to save her city and defeat the terrorist's, as Manhattan goes into lockdown. This is one edge of the seat ride , as the battle is played out on the streets of New York. The security forces all come across as not having a clue on how to work together, with holding information and chasing their tails...not much different to what we see in todays world. I read this practically holding my breath, a well written fast faced plot with a female protagonist, who isn't afraid to be agressive, that is so refreshing and exciting, but is she putting the people of New York in more danger?. I highly recommend you read it to find out the answer.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Todd Simpson

    Simply Amazing. When you start this book, set aside a few hours. You will definitely not want to put it down. Paul Batista is such a talent. The story gets straight into it in the first few pages. One minute there’s a party with the likes of Matt Damon & Robert De Niro, and then all hell breaks loose with a couple of explosions. My favourite character was Police Commissioner Gina Carbone, a tough gritty no nonsense female. Who is ex- military and really knows how to take charge and go after the Simply Amazing. When you start this book, set aside a few hours. You will definitely not want to put it down. Paul Batista is such a talent. The story gets straight into it in the first few pages. One minute there’s a party with the likes of Matt Damon & Robert De Niro, and then all hell breaks loose with a couple of explosions. My favourite character was Police Commissioner Gina Carbone, a tough gritty no nonsense female. Who is ex- military and really knows how to take charge and go after the terrorists. The story moves along at a good pace, with plenty of things happening, all the way through to a great ending. I can see why the Author has received 5 stars for his other books, well deserved. Add this book to your reading list, you won’t be disappointed.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Sam - Spines in a Line

    Check out the full review at https://spinesinaline.wordpress.com I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Unfortunately, this was a miss in my books. While the overall plot was intriguing as it seems there are multiple so-called "bad guys" and it's really a test of morals, as we got to know each of the characters better, I became less and less impressed. Racial and homophobic comments were slung back and forth so much that I'm beginning to wonder whether they better reflec Check out the full review at https://spinesinaline.wordpress.com I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Unfortunately, this was a miss in my books. While the overall plot was intriguing as it seems there are multiple so-called "bad guys" and it's really a test of morals, as we got to know each of the characters better, I became less and less impressed. Racial and homophobic comments were slung back and forth so much that I'm beginning to wonder whether they better reflect the author than these various characters. It could've been a real thought-invoking book but it instead left a sour taste in my mouth.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Joan

    This book was both brutal and compelling. It is well-written, intense, and keeps one intrigued until the end. This is not a "happy ending" kind of book, and justice is not served for everyone. The winners are the most adept survivors, while survival of the city and the country is the ultimate goal of one group, their destruction is the goal of another group, and there is a third group, while seemingly on the side of the "survival" group, is very self-centered, mainly interested in "looking good. This book was both brutal and compelling. It is well-written, intense, and keeps one intrigued until the end. This is not a "happy ending" kind of book, and justice is not served for everyone. The winners are the most adept survivors, while survival of the city and the country is the ultimate goal of one group, their destruction is the goal of another group, and there is a third group, while seemingly on the side of the "survival" group, is very self-centered, mainly interested in "looking good."

  22. 4 out of 5

    Claire Barfell

    I won this book on Goodreads Giveaways. This was a thriller, I can picture a movie made from this book because there is so much action. It starts with a bombing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and goes on to let the reader know the Police Commissioner, Mayor and the Police Commissioner's boyfriend and their private lives. There is a lot of corruption involved with these people. Also, the scenes are vividly described so that the reader feels they are right there. This book is very timely with a I won this book on Goodreads Giveaways. This was a thriller, I can picture a movie made from this book because there is so much action. It starts with a bombing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and goes on to let the reader know the Police Commissioner, Mayor and the Police Commissioner's boyfriend and their private lives. There is a lot of corruption involved with these people. Also, the scenes are vividly described so that the reader feels they are right there. This book is very timely with all the terrorism going on now. This book definitely held my interest.

  23. 5 out of 5

    April

    “This audiobook was given by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review via Audiobook Boom.” I enjoyed the premise of this book. The listener is dragged through Manhattan following terrorist attacks. We spend our time trying to figure out who is good and who is evil. Who romances whom. A very suspense filled plot. The narration left a lot to be desired, word mispronunciation was distracting. Narrator does have a pleasant voice.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Sue

    I got this book from Good Reads and intend to donate it to my local (small) library. I was truly conflicted about the quality of this book. The "lockdown" is after an ISIS attack on Manhattan. The book is filled with beautiful, secretive women, terrorists and of course (!) bombs, Mafia men, and an inept Homeland Security Department. In other words, lots of stereotypes. I also found the ending rather unsatisfying.

  25. 4 out of 5

    C

    I listened to the audio version of this book and enjoyed it for the most part, however some parts of this book just seemed long winded and redundant. Some characters would talk about a sequence of events in great detail that occured just a chapter before. Other than that this book was a great adventure. I recieved this book free in exchange for an an unbiased review.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Eileen Hall

    A terrifyingly exciting novel. Characters are strongly written. A timely story given what is happening in the world today. Very highly recommended. I was given a digital copy of this book by the publisher Oceanview via Netgalley in return for an honest unbiased review.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Deanie

    Was I ever surprised to have won a hardback book from Goodreads. Manhattan Lockdown reads like reality, not fiction. It is intense and a real page turner. I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys a fast paced book.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Suzi

    I usually prefer cozy mysteries -- no sex or violence -- but I loved Manhattan Lockdown. And it has lots of sex and violence and good looking men and women protecting Manhattan. Fast paced, well written and full of iconic NYC landmarks. I'm a Batista fan now.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Suzi

    thank you goodreads for this giveaway! well written characters and descriptive New York City landmarks

  30. 4 out of 5

    InD'tale Magazine

    CNF ~ Could Not Finish "Manhattan Lockdown" was not reviewed due to certain scenes that are not reviewable by InD'tale.

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