admin | Jun 29, 2010
Lorenzo Carcaterra’s latest novel is Midnight Angels, an action-adventure tale involving amoral art thieves and the pursuit of an undiscovered Michelangelo. It is the initial work in a series featuring Kate Prescott, a young female protagonist who may become the Indiana Jones of the art world. Carcaterra shares his passion for the city of Florence and all things Italian in this fast paced thriller.
Our chat with Carcaterra goes far beyond Midnight Angels. In addition to being a novelist, he was a longtime producer-writer for the recently cancelled Law and
Order, television’s second longest running series. He talks extensively about the late Jerry Orbach, whose Lenny Briscoe is one of television’s iconic characters. We also discuss the future of television and printed books in our new tech age.
A product of New York’s Hell’s Kitchen, Carcaterra has done it all: a journalist, writer, producer and novelist. He brings a unique perspective to the media world of the
twenty first century. We invite you to spend some time with this modern Renaissance man.
Midnight Angels: A Novel – available on Amazon.
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