Paul Levine

Paul J. Levine (born January 9, 1948) is an American author of crime fiction, particularly legal thrillers. Levine has written 22 mystery novels which include two series of books known by the names of the protagonists. The ''Jake Lassiter'' series follows the former football player turned Miami lawyer in a series of fourteen books published over a thirty-year span beginning in 1990. The four-book ''Solomon vs. Lord'' series published in the mid-2000s features Steve Solomon and Victoria Lord, a pair of bickering Miami attorneys who were rivals before they became law partners and lovers. Levine has also written four stand-alone novels and 20 episodes of the television drama series ''JAG''. With ''JAG'' executive producer Don Bellisario, he also created and produced ''First Monday'', a 2002 CBS series inspired by one of Levine's novels.

Born in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, Levine graduated from Pennsylvania State University and was a reporter for the ''Miami Herald'' early in his career. He then graduated from the University of Miami School of Law and was an attorney in Florida for 17 years before becoming an author. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Levine, Paul
Published 2016
The World Bank
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by Levine, Paul
Published 2009
International Monetary Fund

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by Levine, Paul
Published 2010
International Monetary Fund

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by Cantore, Cristiano
Published 2013
International Monetary Fund
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by Cantore, Cristiano
Published 2017
International Monetary Fund
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