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7 thoughts on “Tribeca Blues

  1. Maddy Maddy says:

    It's been 5 years since the death of his wife and young son but Terry Orr is still obsessed with finding Raymond Weisz the man he believes was responsible for their death That obsession is always beneath the surface even as Terry tries to move on with his life and put the past behind him Terry is raising his precocious 15 year old daughter Bella on his own and has moved toward being a better parent than he was in the first several years after the incident As the book opens a local restaurateur and good friend by the name of Leo Mallard dies His last reuest is that Terry find his former wife Loretta who he feels has cheated him out of a lot of money Terry; his girflfriend Julie Gaida; Bella; and their family friend Dennis Diddio go to New Orleans to attend Leo's funeral Out of the blue Terry receives a fax that Raymond Weisz's mother has died He immediately flies back to New York feeling certain that Raymond will attend his mother's funeral and that he can confront the man who has ruined his life His obsession is so great that he does not realize that he has again let down those who care about him—Julie with whom he is beginning to open up; Bella; Diddio and not least of all Leo whose funeral he does not attendJust as it seems that Terry is going to follow the exact same path he has for the past 5 years and continue to be consumed by the past he is faced with a startling revelation one that changes everything that he has thought and believed to be true about his life and the lives of his loved ones How he handles this new information leads to a riveting portrayal of a man whose entire belief system has to change Although less elouently written than the first 2 books in the series TRIBECA BLUES is much stronger in terms of plot and characterization than the earlier books Terry has grown beyond his all consuming fixation and seems willing to accept the help that he needs to face the future with optimism There are a few sub plots which felt tacked on to make the plot complex including tracking down some money transactions involving Leo and his ex wife Loretta In my opinion these threads distracted from the main narrative which was very strongly delivered In particular the final resolution of the Weisz showdown was extremely powerful As always Fusilli masterfully describes the New York setting its residents still shaken by the events of 911At the end it is suggested that maybe now Terry can become a real private investigator It will be interesting to see if Fusilli takes the character in that direction after having spent 3 books in dealing with the family deaths and finding Weisz Whichever way he goes I'll be right there with him


  2. Joe Joe says:

    THIRD TIME NOT THE CHARMThis is the third installment in the Terry Orr chronicles Terry is an independently wealthy Manhattanite father of a precocious teenage daughter Bella and a widower His wife and young son tragically killed in the NY subway Because of this tragedy Terry has given up writing and become a pro bono PI ie after reading the paper he takes on cases just because they spark his interest or capture his emotionsThis last premise as goofy as it sounds worked fairly well in the first two installments of this series because the author didn't let the the fact that Terry had no clients nor did he collect fees interfere with engaging story lines In the background was always his family tragedy but without overwhelming the storyIn this book five years after the event the tragedy comes to the forefront as it inevitably had to Unfortunately there is no real case or mystery to this book and without spoiling the plot no real resolution for poor TerryAll the uirks and nuances of the past books are here including Bella's teenage witticisms the geography of NYC usually while Terry is hoofing it NPR programming the Italian dishes served in the Orr household Terry's habitual run ins with the NYPD and for some reason numerous brands and descriptions of bottled water But unfortunatelyat least for me no engaging story line


  3. Lukasz Pruski Lukasz Pruski says:

    The patient a 37 year old male is a historian by trade who suspended his career following the sudden violent death of his wife and son some five years agoThe patient is of course Terry Orr still looking for Raymond Weisz the madman responsible for the death of Terry's family Tribeca Blues is the third installment of Jim Fusilli's series following Closing Time and A Well Known Secret both pretty good novels that I rated with three solid stars on Goodreads I did not expect much from the final novel in the series after all how many interesting variants of the same book can one produce but neither did I expect that the novel will be so bad I lost interest even before the middle of the story and I have been gnashing my teeth in frustration forcing myself to finish readingIn addition to the usual thread covering Terry's search for Weisz we have a story about Terry's and Diddio's friend Leo Mallard Leo dies leaving a letter in which he asks Terry to find his ex wife Loretta and make her pay for destroying his life To me the worst thing about the novel are the totally unexpected turns of events While some readers may enjoy the stunning plot surprises I find them implausible contrived and just plain silly The author must have tried hard to invent the most unlikely plot twists and he succeeded at the expense of the realism and uality of the novelAbsent is the wonderful portrayal of New York and the author's great sense of the place the best aspect of the first book in the series is nowhere to be seen In the second book Mr Fusilli was able to capture the deep wounds in the post 911 city's collective psyche and this is also absent in Tribeca Blues save for two token mentions Even the thread involving Bella Terry's 15 year old daughter has no spark in the third novel What's worse several dialogues are unforgivably cringeworthy most notably the conversation between Terry and Loretta and the Daniel Wu shtick is lame The book escapes my bottom rating only because there are several fragments and passages where despite Mr Fusilli's efforts to make the plot as ridiculously twisted as possible his writing talent showsOne and a half stars


  4. Rogue Reader Rogue Reader says:

    3 years after 911 and 5 years after the violent death of his wife and son Terry Orr can't let go Terrific sense of place Manhattan streets skyline places To have the comfort and security of wealth in this place seems rare


  5. Rosina Lippi Rosina Lippi says:

    I reviewed this series of books as a whole so the review here is the same review you'll find for those books The four book in this series caught my attention walking through a bookstore So I’m looking at is reading the jacket copy and wondering how I have missed this author and this series because it’s got three things that I really like a thoughtful troubled not always likeable main character Terry Orr an author turned private investigator; it’s set in modern day Manhattan — and not an idealized Manhattan either; and there’s an extended cast of wonderful very vivid charactersHard Hard City is already the fourth book in this series so I forced myself to go back and start with the first one I’ve now read Closing Time and A Well Known Secret and as soon as I can get hold of Tribeca Blues and Hard Hard City I’ll read those This review really covers all the ones I've read thus farFusilli is a journalist and he has an excellent website with lots of interesting essays The essay “Why I stopped reviewing crime fiction” originally appeared in the Wall Street Journal It gave me a lot to think aboutIn any case I would recommend these novels which may not be flawless but which are pretty damn good all the way aroundWe meet Terry Orr at a bad time in his life He had been a successful author blissfully married with a young daughter and a two year old son when a madman shoves the baby’s stroller off a subway platform into the path of an express train Terry’s wife Marina an accomplished artist goes after the boy to try to save him and they both die Terry is left with his ten year old daughter Bella some close friends and a need for revenge that charges right over the line into obsession and without apologyThese are crime novels with plots Terry gets involved in the lives of people around him When there is a crime that touches him he takes it on and pursues it The violent act that changed his own life is a constant backdrop in the first two novels but it’s not really integrated into the plots themselvesFusilli took on uite a challenge approaching things this way We’ve got the larger story a character study of a man in terrible pain struggling to make sense of things to keep moving forward; he’s got a young daughter who needs him after all And Bella is without a doubt my favorite character in these novels I like her much than I like her father Superimposed on that we get the individual crime plots in each of the books Both elements are crucial but Fusilli balances them far better in the second novel than he does in the firstI liked the first novel — Closing Time — for its descriptions of Manhattan and for the characterizations of the people closest to Terry They were vivid and believable touching and irritating intriguing in many different ways In contrast the characters who were part of the murder investigation were flatter and felt — I suppose the only word that really works — unpolished Not badly written not at all just distinctly less interesting than the main charactersBut the second novel The Well Known Secret gives me the sense of Fusilli as an author who has become comfortable with what he’s trying to do He branches out a little in his approach in ways that really work for me The novel starts with a newspaper article an interest piece written about Terry his background his losses his daughter his new work I love bringing different kinds of texts into novels and this is an excellent example of how to do that It provides the backstory in an intriguing clean detached way something Terry himself could not do as a first person narratorMore than that this novel is set post 911 in the very neighborhood that was most devastated by the loss of the Twin Towers Terry’s daughter goes to a school where than half the kids in her class have lost at least one parent in the attack; they were unable to enter their home for a month and had to live in a hotel I got a real sense of what it was like to survive 911 in TriBeCa and to go on surviving it but without even a touch of pathos Here and there Terry provides details of what those days were like simply powerfully This novel is worth reading for that aspect aloneThe bad news is I don’t like Terry much He is a man in pain yes He has suffered terribly but he also wallows I wanted to smack him by the end of this novel So did a few of his fellow characters This was only partly ameliorated by the absolutely perfect tone and pacing of the final chapter where Terry goes with Bella to the subway station where Marina and Davy were so violently murdered for the first time I won’t say anything about this chapter other than this it deserves to be readI am sorry I was unaware of Jim Fusilli’s work for so long I’m hoping there will be many novels to come


  6. Marti Marti says:

    This was good but somehow could have been better The main character Terry Orr seems to steep himself in regret and mayhem It turns out that five years before he misconstued the facts of his wife and infant son's death by a subway train One of his best friends who owns a bar dies and since the funeral is in New Orleans there is a group trip there for the funeral Just how well did his daughter's boyfriend know Leo? Terry is confused and at times violent not unlike the novel


  7. Tracy Tracy says:

    fell apart at end good til then


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7 thoughts on “Tribeca Blues

  1. Maddy Maddy says:

    It's been 5 years since the death of his wife and young son but Terry Orr is still obsessed with finding Raymond Weisz the man he believes was responsible for their death That obsession is always beneath the surface even as Terry tries to move on with his life and put the past behind him Terry is raising his precocious 15 year old daughter Bella on his own and has moved toward being a better parent than he was in the first several years after the incident As the book opens a local restaurateur and good friend by the name of Leo Mallard dies His last reuest is that Terry find his former wife Loretta who he feels has cheated him out of a lot of money Terry; his girflfriend Julie Gaida; Bella; and their family friend Dennis Diddio go to New Orleans to attend Leo's funeral Out of the blue Terry receives a fax that Raymond Weisz's mother has died He immediately flies back to New York feeling certain that Raymond will attend his mother's funeral and that he can confront the man who has ruined his life His obsession is so great that he does not realize that he has again let down those who care about him—Julie with whom he is beginning to open up; Bella; Diddio and not least of all Leo whose funeral he does not attendJust as it seems that Terry is going to follow the exact same path he has for the past 5 years and continue to be consumed by the past he is faced with a startling revelation one that changes everything that he has thought and believed to be true about his life and the lives of his loved ones How he handles this new information leads to a riveting portrayal of a man whose entire belief system has to change Although less elouently written than the first 2 books in the series TRIBECA BLUES is much stronger in terms of plot and characterization than the earlier books Terry has grown beyond his all consuming fixation and seems willing to accept the help that he needs to face the future with optimism There are a few sub plots which felt tacked on to make the plot complex including tracking down some money transactions involving Leo and his ex wife Loretta In my opinion these threads distracted from the main narrative which was very strongly delivered In particular the final resolution of the Weisz showdown was extremely powerful As always Fusilli masterfully describes the New York setting its residents still shaken by the events of 911At the end it is suggested that maybe now Terry can become a real private investigator It will be interesting to see if Fusilli takes the character in that direction after having spent 3 books in dealing with the family deaths and finding Weisz Whichever way he goes I'll be right there with him

  2. Joe Joe says:

    THIRD TIME NOT THE CHARMThis is the third installment in the Terry Orr chronicles Terry is an independently wealthy Manhattanite father of a precocious teenage daughter Bella and a widower His wife and young son tragically killed in the NY subway Because of this tragedy Terry has given up writing and become a pro bono PI ie after reading the paper he takes on cases just because they spark his interest or capture his emotionsThis last premise as goofy as it sounds worked fairly well in the first two installments of this series because the author didn't let the the fact that Terry had no clients nor did he collect fees interfere with engaging story lines In the background was always his family tragedy but without overwhelming the storyIn this book five years after the event the tragedy comes to the forefront as it inevitably had to Unfortunately there is no real case or mystery to this book and without spoiling the plot no real resolution for poor TerryAll the uirks and nuances of the past books are here including Bella's teenage witticisms the geography of NYC usually while Terry is hoofing it NPR programming the Italian dishes served in the Orr household Terry's habitual run ins with the NYPD and for some reason numerous brands and descriptions of bottled water But unfortunatelyat least for me no engaging story line

  3. Lukasz Pruski Lukasz Pruski says:

    The patient a 37 year old male is a historian by trade who suspended his career following the sudden violent death of his wife and son some five years agoThe patient is of course Terry Orr still looking for Raymond Weisz the madman responsible for the death of Terry's family Tribeca Blues is the third installment of Jim Fusilli's series following Closing Time and A Well Known Secret both pretty good novels that I rated with three solid stars on Goodreads I did not expect much from the final novel in the series after all how many interesting variants of the same book can one produce but neither did I expect that the novel will be so bad I lost interest even before the middle of the story and I have been gnashing my teeth in frustration forcing myself to finish readingIn addition to the usual thread covering Terry's search for Weisz we have a story about Terry's and Diddio's friend Leo Mallard Leo dies leaving a letter in which he asks Terry to find his ex wife Loretta and make her pay for destroying his life To me the worst thing about the novel are the totally unexpected turns of events While some readers may enjoy the stunning plot surprises I find them implausible contrived and just plain silly The author must have tried hard to invent the most unlikely plot twists and he succeeded at the expense of the realism and uality of the novelAbsent is the wonderful portrayal of New York and the author's great sense of the place the best aspect of the first book in the series is nowhere to be seen In the second book Mr Fusilli was able to capture the deep wounds in the post 911 city's collective psyche and this is also absent in Tribeca Blues save for two token mentions Even the thread involving Bella Terry's 15 year old daughter has no spark in the third novel What's worse several dialogues are unforgivably cringeworthy most notably the conversation between Terry and Loretta and the Daniel Wu shtick is lame The book escapes my bottom rating only because there are several fragments and passages where despite Mr Fusilli's efforts to make the plot as ridiculously twisted as possible his writing talent showsOne and a half stars

  4. Rogue Reader Rogue Reader says:

    3 years after 911 and 5 years after the violent death of his wife and son Terry Orr can't let go Terrific sense of place Manhattan streets skyline places To have the comfort and security of wealth in this place seems rare

  5. Rosina Lippi Rosina Lippi says:

    I reviewed this series of books as a whole so the review here is the same review you'll find for those books The four book in this series caught my attention walking through a bookstore So I’m looking at is reading the jacket copy and wondering how I have missed this author and this series because it’s got three things that I really like a thoughtful troubled not always likeable main character Terry Orr an author turned private investigator; it’s set in modern day Manhattan — and not an idealized Manhattan either; and there’s an extended cast of wonderful very vivid charactersHard Hard City is already the fourth book in this series so I forced myself to go back and start with the first one I’ve now read Closing Time and A Well Known Secret and as soon as I can get hold of Tribeca Blues and Hard Hard City I’ll read those This review really covers all the ones I've read thus farFusilli is a journalist and he has an excellent website with lots of interesting essays The essay “Why I stopped reviewing crime fiction” originally appeared in the Wall Street Journal It gave me a lot to think aboutIn any case I would recommend these novels which may not be flawless but which are pretty damn good all the way aroundWe meet Terry Orr at a bad time in his life He had been a successful author blissfully married with a young daughter and a two year old son when a madman shoves the baby’s stroller off a subway platform into the path of an express train Terry’s wife Marina an accomplished artist goes after the boy to try to save him and they both die Terry is left with his ten year old daughter Bella some close friends and a need for revenge that charges right over the line into obsession and without apologyThese are crime novels with plots Terry gets involved in the lives of people around him When there is a crime that touches him he takes it on and pursues it The violent act that changed his own life is a constant backdrop in the first two novels but it’s not really integrated into the plots themselvesFusilli took on uite a challenge approaching things this way We’ve got the larger story a character study of a man in terrible pain struggling to make sense of things to keep moving forward; he’s got a young daughter who needs him after all And Bella is without a doubt my favorite character in these novels I like her much than I like her father Superimposed on that we get the individual crime plots in each of the books Both elements are crucial but Fusilli balances them far better in the second novel than he does in the firstI liked the first novel — Closing Time — for its descriptions of Manhattan and for the characterizations of the people closest to Terry They were vivid and believable touching and irritating intriguing in many different ways In contrast the characters who were part of the murder investigation were flatter and felt — I suppose the only word that really works — unpolished Not badly written not at all just distinctly less interesting than the main charactersBut the second novel The Well Known Secret gives me the sense of Fusilli as an author who has become comfortable with what he’s trying to do He branches out a little in his approach in ways that really work for me The novel starts with a newspaper article an interest piece written about Terry his background his losses his daughter his new work I love bringing different kinds of texts into novels and this is an excellent example of how to do that It provides the backstory in an intriguing clean detached way something Terry himself could not do as a first person narratorMore than that this novel is set post 911 in the very neighborhood that was most devastated by the loss of the Twin Towers Terry’s daughter goes to a school where than half the kids in her class have lost at least one parent in the attack; they were unable to enter their home for a month and had to live in a hotel I got a real sense of what it was like to survive 911 in TriBeCa and to go on surviving it but without even a touch of pathos Here and there Terry provides details of what those days were like simply powerfully This novel is worth reading for that aspect aloneThe bad news is I don’t like Terry much He is a man in pain yes He has suffered terribly but he also wallows I wanted to smack him by the end of this novel So did a few of his fellow characters This was only partly ameliorated by the absolutely perfect tone and pacing of the final chapter where Terry goes with Bella to the subway station where Marina and Davy were so violently murdered for the first time I won’t say anything about this chapter other than this it deserves to be readI am sorry I was unaware of Jim Fusilli’s work for so long I’m hoping there will be many novels to come

  6. Marti Marti says:

    This was good but somehow could have been better The main character Terry Orr seems to steep himself in regret and mayhem It turns out that five years before he misconstued the facts of his wife and infant son's death by a subway train One of his best friends who owns a bar dies and since the funeral is in New Orleans there is a group trip there for the funeral Just how well did his daughter's boyfriend know Leo? Terry is confused and at times violent not unlike the novel

  7. Tracy Tracy says:

    fell apart at end good til then

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