Book Review – Click by Phil Slattery

Click: A police thriller of murder, conspiracy, and betrayal on a small Texas island by [Slattery, Phil]Author Phil Slattery takes us on an interesting ride. He gives a twist ending to the story, that once revealed, you realize he peppered the story with clues. The second twist ending hits out of left field, and left this reader wanting for more.

The motivation is as old as storytelling, but that doesn’t make it bad.  Slattery’s words make us care for the main character and seeing his view of his marriage leave us, in the end, feeling sad for him in his moment of triumph.


“Who am I?”

I am an independent, self-published teller of tales, an author of scarcely any renown. However, as a storyteller, I know who I am, and with that persona, I am both confident and comfortable.

I invite you to visit my website,

and/or Amazon Author Pages

Joe Leonardi                 Scono Sciuto

if you are so inclined please purchase a copy and leave a review.

Thank you,


5 thoughts on “Book Review – Click by Phil Slattery

  1. Thanks for the good review. It so happens that I have a paperback copy of y work Alien Embrace (sci-fi) that’s just collecting dust. If you like, I will send it to you for a review. I also have a copy of my small short story collection “The Scent and Other Stories” (mainstream lit) that is just taking up space. I can send that as well or, if that’s not your bag, I can send it to whoever would like to review it, if you know of anyone. Sincerely, Phil Slattery

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    1. Hi Phil,
      Sorry I took so long to get back to you, I haven’t been checking the blog much these days – busy with my job that pays the bills during COVID.
      Thank you for the offer, I don’t really read physical books these days because I don’t have the space for them.
      If you would like, you can send a .pdf or other file to and I would love to read and review.
      Be well and safe and have a wonderful holiday seaon


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