When his mentor, Joe Dagorian, director of admissions at prestigious Eastern College, is murdered during a fund-raising event, Steve Levitan feels obliged to investigate. He and his golden retriever, Rochester, go nose to the ground to dig up clues, including a bloody knife and some curious photographs. But will Steve's curiosity and Rochester's savvy save them when the killer comes calling?
"Author Commits Cardinal Sin!"
When his college friend Doug moves to Stewart's Crossing after an ugly divorce, reformed computer hacker Steve Levitan sees a way to pay forward the help he received under similar circumstances. But when Doug dies under mysterious circumstances, Steve and his crime-solving golden retriever Rochester have a new goal; find the truth behind Doug's death, even if Steve has to risk the freedom he has fought so hard for to do it.
After a bad divorce and a brief prison term for computer hacking, 42-year-old Steve Levitan has returned to his home town of Stewart's Crossing and taken a part-time job as an adjunct professor of English at his alma mater, Eastern College. While walking around his gated community, he becomes friendly with his next-door neighbor, Caroline Kelly, and her golden retriever, Rochester. When Caroline is shot and killed while walking Rochester, Steve becomes the dog's temporary guardian. Together, these two unlikely sleuths work to uncover the mystery behind Caroline's death.
"A Cute, Fun, Mystery, Especially for Dog Lovers"
Reformed computer hacker Steve Levitan still gets a thrill from snooping into places online where he shouldn't be. When his golden retriever Rochester discovers a human bone at the Friends Meeting during the Harvest Days festival, these two unlikely sleuths are plunged into another investigation.
Christmas approaches and reformed hacker Steve Levitan tries to help a fellow ex-con now working at the vet's office in Stewart's Crossing. His curiosity, and the crime-solving instincts of his golden retriever, Rochester, kick in when liquid potassium ampoules are stolen from the vet and Steve's new friend is a suspect. Is this theft connected to a drug-running operation in North Philly? Or to a recent spate of deaths at the local nursing home?
"Just say NO"
It's almost time for graduation, and Eastern College is in trouble. A prominent alumna is dead, and a faulty computer program is jeopardizing student records and financial aid. It's up to Steve and Rochester to dig into the situation and retrieve the culprits! Rita Gaines wasn't a nice person - but she did love her dogs, and most of her clients respected her financial acumen and her talent in training dogs for agility trials. When she's found dead, there's a long line of potential suspects from Wall Street whiz kids to doting doggie daddies.
"The Best of the Series"
Autumn has come to Bucks County, and Steve Levitan has a new job: develop a conference center for Eastern College at Friar Lake, a few miles from campus. But on his first visit to the property, his golden retriever Rochester makes a disturbing discovery, a human hand rising from the dirt at the lake's shore. Whose hand is it? Why was the body buried there?
"I love this series :)"
Pilar is a six-toed Abyssinian cat whose forebears lived with Ernest Hemingway at his house in Key West. When she and her owner, Ryan, move up north, they both have a hard time getting accustomed to the cold weather until Ryan starts to get pointers from his lovely coworker, Lisa.
Bernie Madoff is an American fraudster and a former stockbroker, investment advisor, and financier. He is the former non-executive chairman of the NASDAQ stock market, and the admitted operator of a Ponzi scheme that is considered the largest financial fraud in U.S. history.
Genie for Hire: A Biff Andromeda Mystery is a private eye novel - with a paranormal twist. An ancient genie in a modern, buff body, Biff can't use his magical powers for his own benefit, so he opens a detective agency in a Miami suburb. A damsel in distress, photographer Sveta Pshkov, hires him to retrieve a stolen set of boudoir photos she took of a Russian mobster's wife-snapped for her boyfriend's pleasure, not her husband's. Biff's investigation uncovers the spreading tentacles of the Russian mafia.
The Christian Mystic Warriors is a book that was written for spirit-filled believers who are looking for more than religion. Many people are looking for more than Sunday morning worship and praise songs. These mystic believers are looking for a more deeper meaningful life as believers in Jesus Christ. This book is for them.
"Christian Mystic Warriors are coming!"
Lost Souls: FOUND! Inspiring Stories About Golden Retrievers, Vol. II continues this series' heartwarming tradition of sharing stories about Golden Retrievers who have been rescued, fostered, and adopted. You'll find a wide variety of stories inside about Golden Retrievers who have been saved from dire situations as far away as Beirut and as close as your home state.
Golden Retrievers love balls, swimming, and make great therapy pets. But did you know that some also hunt for Easter Eggs? Lost Souls: Found! Inspiring Stories About Golden Retrievers is a heartwarming, thought-provoking compilation of true stories that answer questions like ‘What is dog rescue?’ and ‘Do all adopted dogs come with baggage?’ It addresses the cruelty of animal neglect and abuse, and the joy that rescued dogs bring to their new homes.
This is the chain-reaction which Ashwin's parents, teachers, and society-at-large have planned for him, and this young man with powerful ideas finds himself at a crossroads, where he must choose between proving himself to family and friends, and living a life where he is lord and master over his own existence. But when Ashwin, who has never shied away from expressing a different opinion, resists change and tries to fashion a path of his own, the reaction goes awry.
Nick Crowell, a Cleveland Detective, was shot in the line of duty in a cemetery four years ago. Now every few months he encounters people with strange problems who come to him for help. His problem is that he has no experience in this kind of thing and in most cases there's nothing he can do for them and this weighs on him. Encounter Nick Crowell's strange life in this unique paranormal mystery novella. Frank Zubek has a handful of short stories published online as well as the novella, "Chalk Story". He is already working on a second novella about Detectives Crowell and Cole called "A Strange Life: Even Steven".