Kill All The Lawyers

There’s a killer on the loose and a legal disaster looming for the world’s oddest legal couple in Kill All The Lawyers.

The strange happenings start when beach bum lawyer Steve Solomon finds a 300-pound marlin stuck in his front door. Even by South Florida standards, this registers as weird – so who’s behind such a bizarre threat?

It’s not long before Steve figures out who’s responsible, but how can he explain to his straight-laced partner why his ex-client wants him dead? To make matters worse, he’s being bashed on local radio and a celebrity shrink is mysteriously trying to be his new best friend. It’s no wonder that his relationship is on the brink of catastrophe.

Could This Be the End of Solomon and Lord?

Is Steve’s lover and law partner about to walk out on him? Perhaps the only thing keeping the two from killing each other is that they’re on the same side.

You’ll soon realize why this action-packed legal thriller was nominated for the International Thriller Writers Award. Here’s what others have said about Kill All The Lawyers:


“A clever, colorful thriller…with characters drawn with a fine hand, making them feel more like friends than figments of the author’s imagination. Levine ratchets up the tension with each development but never neglects the heart of the story – his characters.” Publishers Weekly (starred review)

“Levine skillfully blends humor, a view of Miami, and the legal system into tidy plots.” South Florida Sun-Sentinel

“A must-read for lovers of action, good dialogue and sparkling characters. The writing reminds me of Robert B. Parker and Janet Evanovich, with a dash of Anne Tyler thrown in.” –

“Another successful fast-moving, highly entertaining mystery. Irreverent to juveniles, judges, and the judicial system, but does it all with a wink. Encore…encore.” –

“A wonderfully entertaining series. The laughs are belly laughs; the suspenseful moments will grab you by the throat. The courtroom scenes are brilliant.”

“A compelling adventure with well-developed and endearing characters.” –

“If, somehow, Perry Mason and Stephanie Plum had a love child, he might be named Steve Solomon.”–

“Solomon’s Laws delight. A wonderful recurring cast of characters.” Craig’s Book Club

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