Where the Dead Lay by David Levien
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Where the Dead Lay Summary
After the sudden disappearance of two high-priced detectives, former Indianapolis cop Frank Behrthe brooding private investigator introduced in David Levien's nationally acclaimed novel City of the Sunis pulled into a case that is harrowing, relentless, and, ultimately, personal.
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"Despite the book's hefty body count, Levien is more interested in exploring the nature of violence, contrasting the controlled beauty of jujitsu with the unpredictable dangers of gunfights." - Publishers Weekly
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David Levien Author Biography
David Levien was born in New York and attended the University of Michigan. After graduating, he spent three years in Los Angeles working in the film business, and began writing screenplays and fiction. With life-long friend Brian Koppelman, Levien has worked as a screenwriter, director and producer of many feature films.
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