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IMPACT (Legal Thriller) by [Levine, Paul]
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"Relentlessly entertaining." -- New York Daily News

A Jetliner Crashes in the Everglades.
A Billion-Dollar Lawsuit: Negligence or Terrorism?
The Defense: Kill Anyone, Even a Supreme Court Justice, to Win the Case.

Supreme Court Justice Sam Truitt takes the bench with high ideals, lofty intentions...and a troubled marriage. Lisa Fremont, his stunning and brilliant law clerk, has a dark secret in her past. If Lisa doesn’t get Truitt’s vote in multi-million dollar case involving a catastrophic airplane crash, she’ll be killed. IMPACT is a tale of seduction and betrayal, of passion and greed. Truitt, who has always followed the rules, and Lisa, who never has, join together to battle those who live by no law at all.

IMPACT, published in hardcover as "9 Scorpions," was the inspiration for “First Monday,” the television drama starring James Garner and Joe Mantegna.


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1001 KB
  • Print Length: 576 pages
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  • Publisher: Nittany Valley Productions, Inc.; Second Kindle Edition edition (Feb. 18 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B003XYFMQ2
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x96e3feac) out of 5 stars 65 reviews
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x96cf9528) out of 5 stars You might need a friend in high places Dec 30 2014
By Eric Long - Published on Amazon.com
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Well written story with plenty of twists. Who is to know what is the right thing to do? I think this is the best of Paul Levine. He takes an event from the headlines and gives us the back story. The outcome is neither predictable or a given.
The Solomon vs. Lord series was like a popcorn read, entertaining. IMPACT is on a much higher level.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x96cf9e40) out of 5 stars Impact by Paul Levine Nov. 6 2012
By Kindle Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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This was the first book I had read by Paul Levine. I was pleasantly surprised and impressed. His writing pulls you step by step throughout the book and it's hard to put the book down.

The air crash was frightening as it was described and one could feel the terror of the pilots and the crew.
Sam Truitt, Supreme Court Judge, and Lisa Freemont, the judge's law clerk, although on opposite sides at first, work together for the greater good. The story of the life of the main maintenance man is sad and tragic.

The thrilling ride through the swamps of Florida and the characters involved are fasinating.

I definitely will read a lot more of Paul Levine's books.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x96cf6ef4) out of 5 stars Great story Dec 16 2014
By Mary L Williams - Published on Amazon.com
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Kept me on edge and I went through the book in record time wanting to know what was going to happen next. It's the kind of book that I like to take to the doctor's office with me or read on the couch when I'm too tired to do anything else. So books like this get read fast. Really enjoyed it and recommend to anyone who likes suspenseful stories with a lot of mystery involved.
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HASH(0x96cfc7c8) out of 5 stars Great storyline Sept. 14 2014
By T Cowart - Published on Amazon.com
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I selected this book because of the synopsis. I made a good decision. Mr. Levine carefully plots the balance of the characters and uses his knowledge of the legalese terms applied to the story. If I were to have a negative comment it would have to be the lack of any strength in the Max character to effect any positive action again the main nemesis - Shank.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x96cf9408) out of 5 stars After Lassiter, this is a letdown Feb. 8 2016
By Professor - Published on Amazon.com
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This is another of Levine's forays into "commercial" fiction, like _9 Scorpions_. I understand a crime writer wanting to reach a mainstream audience, but after the great Jake Lassiter novels, this book is pretty tedious.
We just don't care about the characters. They're mostly self-absorbed yuppie stereotypes, or they're just flat out unbelievable.. The male protagonist is a junior Supreme Court justice who cheats on his wife and looks like a guy from a GQ ad. The female protagonist is a former stripper who is now a law clerk for the Supreme Court. Give us a break.
Levine's Lassiter books set the bar so high, his readers can't help but expect that level of writing in his other work. Well, it ain't happening here. Where is the lovable protagonist? The code of honor? The psycho bad guys? The femme fatales? The gonzo, the noir?
Thankfully, Levine has returned to Lassiter in recent years. He deserves credit for establishing and cultivating one of the most memorable characters in crime fiction. Pass this one up and read the Lassiter books.