Nick's stories are fiction fused with truth's, unless he's writing a documentary. His story's are intense with love scenes and murders portraying love and romance as exciting and passionate, allowing his characters to leap out from the pages with absolute realism. Nick is descriptive, and not shy to explain the real world we live in. Through his knowledge of history, he injects into his novel's ancient history: descriptions of the City of Pompeii, and the lives of the early Romans.
In one of his books, he describe's the Sicilian bandit Salvatore Giuliano and his hatred for La Mano Nira, the "black hand". Yes, Nick has the ability to blend into his stories history, happenings, and the ups and downs of life. Nick has created a new dimension for readers to enjoy a good book.
Men Without Redemption follows the lives of members of a New Jersey mob-but in a way that has never been told before. It delves into the mob, and espeially details their inner workings. How a family within the family divides the work, how the romance and love plays an important role and crossing the line can end up with catastrophic results.This is a love story with a strong union background. Romolo Zazza and Teresa Carlucci are inseparable, even when he agrees to work for a union and his rise to the top is dangerous.