|08-14-2010, 10:52 PM||#1|
Join Date: Jul 2010
Location: Los Angeles
"Night Vision" (Jake Lassiter Series) Now $2.99
Please let me introduce you to Jake Lassiter in the thriller "Night Vision." Originally published in hardcover by Bantam and in 17 countries around the world, it's now on Kindle for a limited time at $2.99.
Linebacker-turned-lawyer Jake Lassiter is appointed a special prosecutor when women in a sex-charged Internet chat room are targeted by a serial killer. Enlisting a brilliant female psychiatrist and assisted by retired coroner Doc Charlie Riggs, Lassiter wades into a maze of lies and corruption to uncover the murderer. Soon, Lassiter finds himself on the trail of a psychopath from the mean streets of Miami to an insane asylum in London and the very streets where Jack the Ripper once stalked his prey.
"Mystery writing at its very, very best. Jake Lassiter is my favorite new character in fiction." – Larry King, USA Today
If you like the book, please also try "To Speak for the Dead," also at $2.99, with all proceeds going to Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital and "Reversal," my Supreme Court thriller that was the basis for the CBS drama "First Monday."
“A relentlessly entertaining summer read.” – New York Daily News
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