Solomon vs Lord comes to Kindle

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Whilst he may be a new name for some of our UK readers, American author Paul Levine has been writing crime fiction for more than 20 years, with as many titles under his belt. Having worked as a journalist and lawyer, his books draw heavily from his own experiences and are set in a legal atmosphere with plenty of crime, humour and suspense.

Back in the noughties Levine introduced his readers to a new crime duo in the form of Miami lawyers Steve Solomon and Victoria Lord. As partnerships go, this isn’t strictly a match made in heaven. Whilst Solomon is something of a renegade, Lord likes to do things by the book, but opposites seem to attract and that duality has resulted in a series of four novels now available on Kindle.

Solomon vs Lord
In this first book the pair must defend a former figure skater who has been charged with the murder of her incredibly wealthy husband. With crooks, con men and a nagging feeling that their client is probably being less than honest with them, will they be able to stop squabbling long enough to solve this case? Solomon vs Lord was nominated for the Macavity and James Thurber awards. Find out how to win this book below.
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Deep Blue Alibi
Solomon and Lord return for their second case, and Solomon is keen to sink his teeth into something that could get their law practice off the ground. Lord on the other hand is keen to go it alone and with conflicts coming at her from all sides, she’s struggling to stay in control. When a yacht is washed up on Sunset Key with $100,000 and a dying man on board, Lord must defend her uncle who finds himself suspected of murder. Solomon and Lord race against time and must dodge the law to find a killer who may still be hidden amongst the sea of beautiful people and family secrets. Deep Blue Alibi was nominated for the Edgar Allan Poe award.
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Kill All The Lawyers
What a title! As threats go, having a 300lb marlin shoved through your front door has to be one of the strangest, but that’s how this story opens, and the lucky recipient is Steve Solomon. Who could he possibly have upset enough that they would want him dead? Just when he thought things couldn’t get any worse he’s being bashed by the local radio station, become the new best friend of a celebrity shrink, and his personal and professional lives are spiralling into the abyss. With a killer on the loose, can Solomon regain control of things in time and stop Lord from leaving him? Kill All The Lawyers was nominated for the International Thriller Writers award.
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Habeas Porpoise
A panicked phone call from his 12-year-old nephew in the middle of the night ends with Steve Solomon on a high-speed chase against animal liberation fanatics who have kidnapped a couple of dolphins from the local water park. Before the night is out, someone’s been killed. Solomon’s got a wrenched shoulder, managed to land himself with the task of defending one of the dolphin liberators, and finds himself pitted against Lord who has just been appointed prosecutor in the case.
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Win Solomon vs Lord and a short story by Paul Levine
To celebrate the launch of the Solomon and Lord series on Amazon, the author is offering two prizes for Crime Fiction Lover readers. First up is a complete Kindle copy of Solomon vs Lord. And second prize is an exclusive short story for Kindle by Paul Levine called Solomon and Lord Sink or Swim. To enter use Twitter and tweet #SolomonvsLordxCFL to us @CriFiLover. Alternatively, you can enter by emailing us at info[at] with the header Solomon vs Lord. Hurry and enter because the competition closes at 10pm BST on Monday 14 May 2012.

The winners will be drawn at random from all the entries. There is no cash alternative to the prize offered. The judge’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

Watch for our review of Solomon vs Lord soon here on Crime Fiction Lover or, if you’ve read any of these titels, please post your comments below.

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