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A Sampler, the opening chapters of the four books in the “Affair” series of seriocomic mystery-thriller novels starring Neil Gulliver and Stevie Marriner that propelled author Robert S. Levinson onto bestseller lists: The Elvis and Marilyn Affair, The James Dean Affair, The John Lennon Affair, and The Andy Warhol Affair (originally published as HOT PAINT), all now available as e-books.

Neil is a newspaper columnist, Stevie his ex-wife, an actress famed worldwide as “The Sex Queen of the Soaps,” a couple who can’t live with each other, but find it impossible to live without each other. They’re adventures and misadventures draw heavily on the show business landscape that author Levinson knows well, given a background that includes years as an award-winning newspaperman, founder-president of what became the world’s largest independent PR firm in the music industry, and writer-producer of TV music, comedy, variety and awards specials for the world marketplace.

Levinson moved on to become the bestselling author of eight novels, the four “Affair” books and four stand-alones: The Traitor in Us All, In the Key of Death, Where the Lies Begin, and Ask a Dead Man, with a ninth novel, A Rhumba in Waltz Time, scheduled for publication in August 2011.

Levinson is a regular contributor to Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine and Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine, whose readers cited him in the annual EQMM Readers Awards poll three years running. His Hitchcock short story, "The Quick Brown Fox," is a Derringer Award winner. To date, Bob’s stories have appeared in “year’s best” mystery anthologies six consecutive years. His non-fiction articles have appeared in Rolling Stone, Written By Magazine of the Writers Guild of America-West, Los Angeles Magazine, Westways Magazine, and Autograph Magazine. He served two years on the Writers Guild of America-West board of directors and four years on the Mystery Writers of America board.

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