Night Vision

Night Vision

by Paul Levine


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An Internet stalker turned serial killer...
Jake Lassiter follows clues from Miami to London...
And gets framed for murder himself.

"Paul Levine is one of Florida's great writers, and Jake Lassiter is his greatest creation." -- Dave Barry

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780998316659
Publisher: Nittany Valley Productions, Inc.
Publication date: 11/21/2016
Pages: 376
Sales rank: 723,696
Product dimensions: 5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.78(d)

About the Author

The author of 20 novels, Paul Levine won the John D. MacDonald fiction award and was nominated for the Edgar, Macavity, International Thriller, Shamus and James Thurber prizes. A former trial lawyer, he wrote twenty-one episodes of the CBS military drama "JAG" and co-created the Supreme Court drama "First Monday" starring James Garner and Joe Mantegna.

The international bestseller "To Speak for the Dead" was his first novel and is still in print 27 years after publication. He is also the author of the "Solomon vs. Lord" series and several stand-alone thrillers. His most recent legal thriller is "Bum Rap," a number one bestseller in the Amazon Kindle Store. Described as a "delicious mix of thriller and comic crime novel" in a starred review in Booklist, "Bum Rap" brings Lassiter together with rivals Steve Solomon and Victoria Lord. "Bum Luck," the second of that series, will be published in March 2017.

A graduate of Penn State and the University of Miami Law School, Paul divides his time between Miami, Florida and Santa Barbara, California.

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NIGHT VISION 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed Paul Levine's first book "To Speak for the Dead" and this second book certainly didn't disappoint. Keeps you guessing until the end--one minute you're convinced this character did it then the next you think another character did it. Great read.
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This is the sequel to "To Speak for the Dead," and it might be even more chilling. Someone is attacking women who log onto an Internet sex-chat room. Deep, rich characters with a cast of South Florida whacko possible villains. Jake Lassiter is on the case, this time as a specially appointed prosecutor. Lassiter is a sexy hunk of a lawyer, an ex-football player who went to night law school, and what he lacks in brilliance, he makes up for in toughness and his own brand of honesty. He hooks up with a hot English lady shrink, goes to London, spoilers! It's a dynamite, racy read with an ending that will knock your socks off. Did I mention it's funny, too? Sounds strange, I know, in a book about a serial killer, but Levine has a way of bringing wry, witty humor to nearly every situation. It's what separates him from the other legal thriller writers, particularly Grisham and Turow.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
"Night Vision" is the sequel to "To Speak for the Dead," which makes it the second Jake Lassiter novel. This time, the second-string linebacker who's barely passed the Bar after going to night law school is on the other side of the fence: he's appointed a special prosecutor to investigate a series of killings of women on a hot, sexually-oriented dating website. The investigation takes Lassiter to London, where you'll find a hilarious scene in a group therapy session of a hospital for the criminally insane. I know it sounds weird to write humor in that situation, but trust me on this. As usual, Jake is assisted by retired Coroner Doc Charlie Riggs. ("Charlie, you never had a patient who lived). The most intriguing character is Dr. Pamela Metcalf, a British shrink specializing in serial killers. It's fast paced, fun, and chilling, too. In court or out, Lassiter is my favorite all-time lawyer.