The Len Levinson Collection
We are happy to announce the arrival of the Len Levinson Collection, volumes 1–6, coming September 29th on Kindle, iBooks, and in paperback.
If you don’t know Len Levinson, you’re missing out — a tremendously talented writer, Mr. Levinson has written 83 novels under a vast array of various names. 22 names, to be exact.
Unlike the other books Destroyer Books publishes, these books are not part of a series; they’re just 6 interesting and well-written books from a writer that more people should know. The books are short, punchy, and absolutely unlike any other books on the market today.
These six books — with more coming in a few weeks — span a wide range of genres and subjects.
• A tough sergeant leads his soldiers at the Battle of the Bulge (Doom Platoon);
• Four policemen, unfairly fired from the NYPD, decide to rob the evidence room, which is laden with cash and drugs (Inside Job)
• A woman-hating serial killer is tracked down by a detective who worries that the killer and he share too much in common (Without Mercy)
• The lives of several different bartenders are intertwined through their friendships, lovers, and rivals (The Bar Studs)
• A wrongly-imprisoned CIA man is finally released from jail — and now, he must discover why he was jailed and who set him up (Operation Perfidia)
• Intrigue (and, occasionally, hilarity) abound in a quest to find Herman Goering’s secret treasure in the final days of WW2 (The Goering Treasure).
One thing that all the books have in common is a richly-developed set of characters. Mr. Levinson has always had a keen eye for understanding characters — their personalities, their motivations, and their thoughts. This adds a layer of richness to his books: a story about catching a serial killer is one thing, but actually seeing the crimes from the killer’s perspective — and from the perspective of the detective chasing him, too! — makes the book a satisfying (and sometimes scary!) experience.
We are proud to be able to publish these books, and we hope you enjoy reading them.