Night Vision by Paul Levine
Mystery Writing at Its Very Best
Ahead of its time, “Night Vision“, the highly praised sequel to “To Speak for the Dead“, anticipated the danger of homicidal stalkers on the Internet.
Linebacker-turned-lawyer Jake Lassiter is appointed a special prosecutor when women in a sex-charged Internet chat room are targeted by a serial killer. Enlisting a brilliant female psychiatrist and assisted by retired coroner Doc Charlie Riggs, Lassiter wades into a maze of lies and corruption to uncover the murderer.
Soon, Lassiter finds himself on the trail of a psychopath from the mean streets of Miami to an insane asylum in London and the very streets where Jack the Ripper once stalked his prey.
About Paul Levine:
PAUL LEVINE worked as a newspaper reporter, a law professor and a trial lawyer before becoming a full-time novelist. Obviously, he cannot hold a job. Paul claims that writing fiction comes naturally: he told whoppers for many years in his legal briefs. His books have been translated into 23 languages, none of which he can read.
He has won the John D. MacDonald fiction award and has been nominated for an Edgar Allan Poe award, a Macavity, the International Thriller Writers Award, and the James Thurber Humor Prize. More info at www.paul-levine.com
What’s new? “State vs. Lassiter,” “Lassiter” and “Last Chance Lassiter” are Paul’s latest entries on Kindle and in NEW paperback editions. “To Speak for the Dead” continues its bestseller status 24 years after its hardcover publication.
Writing in USA TODAY, Larry King called the Lassiter series, “Mystery writing at its very, very best.”
“Irreverent…genuinely clever…great fun.” –The New York Times Book Review
“Just the remedy for those who can’t get enough Spenser and miss Travis McGee terribly.” –St. Petersburg Times
“Jake Lassiter is attractive, funny, savvy, and brave.” –Chicago Tribune
“Genuinely chilling.” –Washington Post Book World
“Wildly entertaining.” –St. Louis Post Dispatch
“Take one part John Grisham, two parts Carl Hiaasen, throw in a dash of John D. MacDonald, and voila! You’ve got Jake Lassiter.” –Tulsa World