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Publisher's Summary

An Internet stalker turned serial killer...
Jake Lassiter follows clues from Miami to London...
And gets framed for murder himself.

The murder of one of the computer dating service Compu-Mate's clients sends Miami trial lawyer Jake Lassiter and retired coroner Dr. Charlie Riggs on the trail of a killer that leads them to a London insane asylum.

"Paul Levine is one of Florida's great writers, and Jake Lassiter is his greatest creation." - Dave Barry

Grateful acknowledgment is made for permission to reprint the following: Excerpt from Equus by Peter Shaffer used courtesy of the Lantz Agency. Excerpt from Long Day’s Journey Into Night by Eugene O’Neill used courtesy of Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft. Excerpt from “Try to Remember” by Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt used with permission. © The Fantasticks, Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt. All other rights reserved. Excerpt from Pygmalion by C. B. Shaw courtesy The Society of Authors on behalf of the Bernard Shaw Estate. Excerpt from Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf by Edward Albee reprinted by permission of William Morris Agency, Inc., on behalf of the author. © 1962 by Edward Albee.

The full copyright information can be found below:

© 1991 by Paul J. Levine. Second Edition © 2012. P 2017 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved. Grateful acknowledgment is made for permission to reprint the following: Excerpt from Equus by Peter Shaffer used courtesy of the Lantz Agency. Excerpt from Long Day’s Journey Into Night by Eugene O’Neill used courtesy of Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft. Excerpt from “Try to Remember” by Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt used with permission. © The Fantasticks, Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt. All other rights reserved. Excerpt from Pygmalion by C. B. Shaw courtesy The Society of Authors on behalf of the Bernard Shaw Estate. Excerpt from Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf by Edward Albee reprinted by permission of William Morris Agency, Inc., on behalf of the author. © 1962 by Edward Albee.

©1991 Paul J. Levine. Second Edition © 2012. (P)2017 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.

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excellent narration! well developed characters​

I really enjoyed this. A good story, well written. a little irritated each time the author got preachy. Really.. at least attempt some subtlety as you scold your clients.

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Skip three and 1/2 hours

The book is good except for a totally unnecessary 3 1/2 hours. When Jake gets on plane to London, fast forward 3 1/2 hours. U won't miss a thing.

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Legal Book + Luke Daniels = Great Listen!

For the price this is worth the money. Personally I love almost anything narrated by Luke Daniels he, always in my experience, is one who makes the book better. He has a talent for all the characters, his tone and expression will keep you interested. If you enjoy legal stories give this one a go.

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Great Narration for a Good Book

All the audiobooks I have listened to are starting to be too similar but Like Daniels is one of the Greats at Narration.

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Weird

The story was just too weird. I didn't really enjoy all the English literature.it really didn't sound like it was written by the same author of the other Jake Lassiter books

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This is a great series

I don't often review the books I read. Simple because I read so many. And who am I to recommend or dissuade a reader about an author's work? Some of the reviews I have read here on Amazon are ridiculous. All I want to say about this series is that it's very good. In my humble opinion. Paul Levine is one of my favorite author's. I'm going to read everything he has written and I can't wait!

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Decent story, if a bit predictable

Having read several of the Jake Lassiter books I like the main character and Doc Riggs. However, the performance was so ear-gratingly over the top with several of the characters that I almost gave up listening several times.

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Horrific

Decided to start a new series and selecthed the Lassiter books. Read the first book, To Speak For the Dead, and it was ok- not great but above average. Moved on to 2nd book, Night Vision, and wow was I disappointed. May be one of the worse novels I have ever read. Story was weak and the writing was horrific. More time was spent giving fashion detail on what brand clothing and accessories each character was wearing in every single scene than focusing on the plot. I also have purchased books 3&4 of this series and dread to start them fearing they will be as bad as this book.

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  • Wayne
  • Matthews, NC
  • 04-08-17

Solid 4 star legal thriller!

Night Vision, first released in the early 1990s, is likely one of the earliest novels dealing with online dating web sites and online stalking. This was at a time that virtually everyone with Internet access used dial-up modems with state of the art maximum speeds being 14400 bits per second (it took 2 hours to download what my cable modem can download in one second). This novel sees Paul Lassiter appointed special prosecutor in a serial murder case. His investigation takes him from Miami to London UK and back. There are several interesting twists. Luke Daniels narrates superbly.

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This scary case

This book has everything you never thought of. It keeps you on the edge of your seat all the way through.