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Paul Levine

Author Duels with his (fictional) Protagonist.

To Speak for the Dead by Paul Levine exchanges barbs with Jake Lassiter, protagonist of his series of legal thrillers. The occasion is the 20th anniversary of the publication of “To Speak for the Dead,” which introduced the linebacker-turned-lawyer to the world of crime fiction.

“To Speak for the Dead” is now an e-book, with all proceeds going to the Four Diamonds Fund, which supports cancer treatment and research at Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital. More information and Download available here.

Paul: Let me get this off my chest. I’m sorry it’s been so long since I wrote a Lassiter book.

Jake: But you came back, didn’t you? Came back to good old Jake, your meal ticket.

Paul: True. There’ll be a new Lassiter book next year. And you must be happy that “To Speak for the Dead” is finally available as an e-book.

Jake: I’m just happy there are two hot women in the book, and both want some of the Jakester.
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Senseless by Mary Burton

Mary Burton SenselessYou can’t reason with a killer . . . How’s that for reason to read the first of two back-to-back mystery suspense thrillers from award-winning Virginia author Mary Burton. Here’s more . . .


The vicious burns scarring the victims’ flesh reveal the agony of their last moments. Each woman was branded with a star, then stabbed through the heart. With every death, a vengeful killer finds a brief, blissful moment of calm. But soon it’s time for the bloodshed to start again. . .


Ten years ago, Eva Rayburn and her sorority sisters were celebrating the end of the school year. That party turned into a nightmare Evan can’t forget. Now she’s trying to start over in her Virginia hometown, but a new nightmare has begun. Every victim is linked to her. And Detective Deacon Garrison isn’t sure whether this mysterious woman needs investigating—or protecting. .
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