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Categorization is odious. There is tremendous overlap among genres. These pigeonholes are offered only as a convenience.

Paul Levine

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CommonScold February 1st, 2006 04:38 AM PST

Paul's new book, Deep Blue Alibi, is released today!

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(Source: www.paul-levine.com) PAUL LEVINE worked as a newspaper reporter, a law professor and a trial lawyer before becoming a full-time novelist and screenwriter. Obviously, he cannot hold a job. Paul claims that writing fiction comes naturally: he told whoppers for many years in his legal briefs.

THE DEEP BLUE ALIBI is the second in a series from Bantam Books featuring squabbling Miami lawyers Steve Solomon and Victoria Lord. (The first, SOLOMON vs. LORD, was published to critical acclaim in 2005). The winner of the John D. MacDonald award, Paul is the author of the critically acclaimed Jake Lassiter novels, which have been published in 23 countries. TO SPEAK FOR THE DEAD, the first of the series, was a national bestseller honored as one of the ten best mysteries of the year by the Los Angeles Times. A screen adaptation of the book appeared as an NBC movie in 1995.

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