Linebacker-turned-lawyer Jake Lassiter earnings in alumnus’ latest book
March 30, 2017 - Kindle Unlimited
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — When it comes to constrained protagonists, author Paul Levine knows how to qualification them, and one of his many renouned characters — Penn State linebacker-turned-lawyer Jake Lassiter — earnings in Levine’s latest authorised thriller.
In “Bum Luck,” Lassiter has only won a large box — despite for a customer he believes is guilty, that prompts a dignified dilemma. He’s also battling critical earthy ailments in a form of abrasive headaches, and he has memory problems. His squabbling law partners, Steve Solomon and Victoria Lord, fear a concussions Lassiter postulated while personification football have caused a lost mind repairs famous as ongoing dire encephalopathy (CTE).
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With all that as a backdrop as Lassiter considers vigilante probity opposite his client, and as a womanlike alloy attempts to heal him, or during slightest hindrance his decline, “Bum Luck” offers a clever car for a award-winning Levine to showcase his storytelling skills.
Levine, a Penn State alumnus who has authored 22 novels, initial introduced readers to Lassiter, a Penn State linebacker who enjoyed a career in veteran football before apropos a lawyer, scarcely 25 years ago in “To Speak for a Dead.” Lassiter has served as a lead impression in 12 books by Levine.
Levine’s work has won a John D. MacDonald novella endowment and he has been nominated for a Edgar, Macavity, International Thriller and James Thurber prizes. He is also a author of a “Solomon vs. Lord” series. His novels have been translated into 23 languages.
A former hearing lawyer, Levine also wrote some-more than 20 episodes for a CBS troops play “JAG” and co-created a Supreme Court play “First Monday,” starring James Garner and Joe Mantegna. Levine warranted his grade in broadcasting from Penn State in 1969 and after graduated from a University of Miami Law School. He lives in Santa Barbara, California.
“Bum Luck” (Thomas Mercer) is accessible during Amazon.com in paperback, as an e-book, or on audio.