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A Chat with Author Donald Levin

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Donald Levin is an award-winning fiction writer and poet. His previous novels in the Martin Preuss series include Crimes of Love (2011) and The Baker's Men (2014). He is also the author of two books of poetry, In Praise of Old Photographs (2005) and New Year's Tangerine (2007), and a novel, The House of Grins (1992). He lives in Ferndale, Michigan, the setting for the Preuss mysteries.

About "The Forgotten Child": Newly retired Martin Preuss passes his days quietly with his beloved son, Toby.  When a friend asks him to look for a boy who disappeard forty years ago, the former investigator gradually becomes consumed with finding the forgotten child.  Meanwhile, ex-colleague, Janey Cahill, persuades him to help her locate the missing father of a troubled young woman.  Juggling both cases, Preuss revisits the countercultural fervor of Detroit in the 1970s, and pljunges into hidden worlds of guilty secrets and dark crimes that won't stay buried.
 

Author Website: http://www.donaldlevin.com

Author Amazon Page: https://goo.gl/FH4zME

Author Blog: http://donaldlevin.wordpress.com

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