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Swift. Silent. Deadly.

Leopold Blake, expert criminology consultant for the FBI, had his weekend all planned out--and it didn't involve dealing with a murdered senator, a high-profile kidnapping, and at least three near-death experiences. Three politicians have been murdered in as many weeks, all expertly dispatched, and only Leopold can get to the bottom of it. Unfortunately, as all hell breaks loose on the streets of New York City, he soon finds himself the next target of a powerful enemy who wants him silenced. Permanently.

Against the backdrop of political corruption and murder, Leopold and his team must fight for their lives to uncover the truth before it's too late.

Panic is the first novel in the Leopold Blake series of thrillers, which can be read and enjoyed in any order.

©2013 Nick Stephenson (P)2015 Nick Stephenson

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Fun, well written & performed.

I'm really enjoying this series. The writing is smooth and well done with characters that are fun and interesting, the chapter are short and action-packed. The story flows really well and you never get lost in the action. The end leaves you wanting more. I'm looking forward to the next book.
Artie Sievers does a great job bringing the characters 'alive' the performance was smooth and it was easy to identify the characters.