"In this follow-up to Solomon vs. Lord, a true bright spot during 2005, Levine again shows his acumen, skewing the law and showcasing Florida scenery while delivering an action-packed plot. The Deep Blue Alibi is only the second in what should be a long mystery series."
"A smart, enjoyable page-turner. Levine once again supplies plenty of quirky characters and witty banter."
"A terrific bit of entertainment. Levine expertly sets up the reader, then pulls the rug out. Sometimes hilarious, always amusing, The Deep Blue Alibi is highly recommended."
"If you only pick up one book this year, grab a copy of The Deep Blue Alibi. Paul Levine’s Solomon vs. Lord novels are a hoot!"
"A refreshingly delightful mystery. The scene at the nude club alone is worth the price of the book."
"Levine keeps the proceedings light with the requisite amount of quirky comic characters, quick quips, embarrassing anagrams, and even a visit to a nudist colony. A novel fans of legal thrillers and Jimmy Buffet can enjoy together."
"An entertaining, witty comedy caper with legal implications...sparkles with promise, humor, and more than a dash of suspense."
"A cross between Moonlighting and Night Court...courtroom drama has never been this much fun."
"As hilarious as The Deep Blue Alibi is, it is almost possible between the cleverly molded characters and sharp dialogue to overlook that the novel contains a terrific mystery, one that will keep you guessing."
"The Deep Blue Alibi rewards on many levels. It’s flat-out funny. Solomon and Lord are memorable characters. When these two are in front of a judge and jury, the dialogue sparkles like Hepburn and Tracy in Adam’s Rib."
"A book you don’t want to end. It has been a long time since a book has made me laugh out loud. At times I had to quit reading just to catch my breath."