"Notorious assassin Rafael Rontego is kidnapped from his hotel room moments before FBI Agent Sydney Price and her team close in on the man she believes can provide enough evidence to bring down the Ciancetta crime family. As she chases down the prize of her investigation, she enlists help from former Buffalo undercover cop Alex Vaughn. The ensuing blood bath leads them on a trail that exposes corruption, terrorists, and the realization of their deepest fears.
Meanwhile, Ivan Nivsky leaves prison after eleven years of keeping his mouth shut. Within twenty-four hours of leaving his cage behind with a vow never to return, he finds himself lost in an underworld he used to call home. With the FBI closing in and a Russian crew laying siege to the Italian family that took him in, Ivan finds himself released from his cage into a cement jungle where only the fittest survive."
With a cliffhanger in the first book, this is definitely an action-packed sequel filled with mischief, drama, and mystery. Picking up where the book 1 left off, Buffalo Soldiers offered another glimpse of the secret life of the Mafia and the intricacies involved in it. Adding more depth, detail and desperation to the story, and adding a new set of characters introducing complications to it, Nicholas Denmon didn't fail to allow the reader to absorb it all and allow the reader to understand even with the twists and turns involved. With the involvement of the feds and a deeper secret at bay, it drew a clear picture of where loyalties lay. A fast-paced read, I'm definitely looking forward to reading the next of the Mafia series Denmon has to offer.