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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 half a dozen 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.

*** Praise for Nick Stephenson ***

"Had me on the edge of my seat the whole time with its fast pace and nonstop action. A real page-turner, it leaps from crisis to crisis and never slows down, twisting all the way to its gripping conclusion." - David VanDyke, author of The Plague Wars series.

"Sherlock Holmes for a new generation" - Robert Crawford, author of American Zen.

"Buckle up... With precise blows, Nick Stephenson creates fight scenes that had me clenching my jaw with tension. The twists and turns kept me guessing - the pace of the story cracked along toward an exciting finish." - Craig McGray, author of The Somnibus, Madeline, and This Little Piggy.

"Join the ride and you won't put this book down" - Ken Rossignol, author of The Privateer Clause
"It's a thrill ride, with a great combination of clever sleuthing and ferocious action scenes... and, of course, a shocker of an ending. The writing crackles with energy" - Jacques Antoine, author of The Emily Kane Adventures
This book hits hard, hits fast, and keeps your pulse pounding until the very end. A thrilling mix of action, humor, and mystery, the Leopold Blake series is Alex Cross meets Die Hard - an explosive mix that fans of Lee Child, Dan Brown, and James Patterson will love.
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review by . September 03, 2013
This review is based on a reviewer copy received from the author but is my own honest opinion.      This book was very difficult to review as the writing is very "unpolished" and seems to be the product of watching too many Die Hard films. Leopold Blake is a consultant working with the New York City Police. He has recently investigated crime scenes from three Senators that were thought to be suicides but from Leopold's poor Sherlock Holmes immitation, he concludes …
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