Joseph J. Gabriele

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Joseph J. Gabriele is a graduate of Boston University, where he studied English Language and Literature. His publishing career includes experience at a number of leading New York trade publishers, including Doubleday & Company, John Wiley & Sons, and Simon & Schuster. He is a member of the Authors Guild and resides in Manhattan.

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Joseph J. Gabriele Krystal, I’m delighted to hear that you’ve read Dangerous Illusions three times—what a lovely compliment, thank you—and equally delighted by your…moreKrystal, I’m delighted to hear that you’ve read Dangerous Illusions three times—what a lovely compliment, thank you—and equally delighted by your question since I’m currently in the midst of writing two novels that will complete The Dangerous Illusions Trilogy. I’ve always loved novels—as well as plays—where characters reappear in subsequent works, but where each work is its own complete story and very much its own tale. As we learn in the first novel, knowledge is dangerous, and in Book II we will experience the dramatic and unpredictable consequences that result from that knowledge. For now, what I can share with you about Book III is that it will be a classic and outrageous tale of revenge.(less)
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