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Old 12-24-2010, 09:57 PM   #1
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From Miami to Maui: Jake Lassiter Returns in "Riptide," $2.99

"Riptide" is the only one of the Jake Lassiter novels to be based on an actual case.

Yes, when I was a lawyer, I really had a 82-year-old client who kept $1.6 million in his desk drawer. And yes, a young female secretary did his typing and and occasionally posed nude for him. And yes again, she had a boyfriend who stole the loot.

But no, unlike Jake Lassiter, I didn't windsurf from Maui to Molokai in pursuit of the bandit. For that part of the story, try "Riptide."

Here's the setup:

Someone ripped off Jake Lassiter’s favorite client, octogenarian Sam Kazdoy, stealing $1.6 million in negotiable bonds. Then Jake’s old Buddy, Berto Zaldivar, a lawyer-turned-smuggler, ends up dead. The trail of clues from both crimes leads to a professional windsurfer and his companion, Lila Summers, herself a champion athlete and a lethal femme fatale. Jake chases the missing money and the mysterious woman from Miami to Bimini to Maui where, in an explosive finale he learns lessons never taught on the football field or in the courtroom.

“A thriller as fast as the wind... as breathtaking as hitting the Gulf waters on a chill December morning.” – Tampa Tribune

“A lively and skilled caper.” – Los Angeles Times

WHAT’S THE VERDICT ON THE JAKE LASSITER THRILLERS?

"Irreverent...genuinely clever...great fun." – The New York Times Book Review

“Mystery writing at its very, very best.” – Larry King, USA TODAY

"Just the remedy for those who can't get enough Spenser and miss Travis McGee terribly." – St. Petersburg Times

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"A Taut Page Turner" with An Appealing Sense of Humor"

Sayeth this morning's Kindle Nation Daily:

"If you're looking for a taut page-turner with a likeable hard-boiled protagonist and an appealing sense of humor, today we feature not one, but two books from the award-winning Jake Lassiter series. The newest addition RIPTIDE is being called "a rip-roaring tale in court and on the water," while the first in the series TO SPEAK FOR THE DEAD was voted one of the ten best mysteries of the year by the Los Angeles Times and made into an NBC movie."



Many thanks, Kindle Nation!
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