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John S. Bartolotta Releases New Thriller "Fierce" Exploring the Depths of Human Morality.

Author John S. Bartolotta, known for his vivid storytelling and complex character creations, announces the release of his latest thriller, "Fierce". The novel plunges readers into the tumultuous life of Nino, a man haunted by wartime horrors and consumed by a thirst for vengeance against those he believes to be corrupt. As Nino's quest for justice intensifies, the boundaries between right and wrong become increasingly indistinct, drawing readers into a morally ambiguous journey through society's dark underbelly.


Fierce (Source: Amazon)
Fierce (Source: Amazon)

"Fierce" examines the intricate nature of human emotions and the precipitating factors that compel individuals to extreme actions. "Through Nino's eyes, readers are challenged to reassess their understanding of justice and morality," Bartolotta explains. The narrative not only captivates but also prompts profound reflection on the consequences of our choices and the unseen burdens others may carry.


A New York City native with a rich Italian heritage, John S. Bartolotta brings a lifetime of varied experiences to his writing. His background as a Marine Corps veteran of the Vietnam era, a small business owner, a real estate broker, and a labor relations professional enriches his narratives with authentic details and emotional depth. In retirement, Bartolotta has also flourished as a visual artist, with his paintings, sculptures, and woodcarvings featured in numerous exhibitions.


With "Fierce", Bartolotta adds to an already impressive portfolio of literary works, including titles such as "Fina The Trilogy", "Family Secrets", "Fireside Tales", and "Full Moon." Each book showcases his flair for blending real-life experiences with fictional storytelling.


"The message of 'Fierce' is a poignant reminder of the complexities hidden beneath the surface of each individual," Bartolotta reflects. "We all have our secrets, and it’s these hidden aspects of our lives that often dictate our actions."

As "Fierce" hits the shelves, it is poised to be a thrilling addition to the libraries of readers who are drawn to introspective and suspenseful narratives that challenge the conventional lines between justice and darkness.

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