Cool. Thanks, Doug!
Paul Levine has now released his collection of 4 short stories called The Road to Hell for free at Amazon. Again, it has no DRM, so all you need to do is to use Calibre to convert it from AZW to EPUB format.
It's gotten 4 5-star reviews and 1 4-star review at Amazon.
Description from author's site:
Four Stories for the Price of One!
Author’s Note: The four stories in this ebook original anthology ... have something in common besides the word “hell” in their titles. The heroes travel dark and dangerous paths as they confront devilish and powerful villains. The journeys are by land, by sea, and in one case, perhaps only in the mind.
“El Valiente en el Infierno”(The Brave One in Hell) is an original short story inspired by a roadside sign I saw near the Mexican border and a tale I heard in Mexicali. After his mother dies, a 13-year-old Mexican boy crosses the border in search of his father, a migrant worker in the United States. The boy’s courage is tested when he runs into two gun-toting American vigilantes.
“Development Hell”is a well-known term in Hollywood. The phrase symbolizes the purgatory where books and screenplays are stuck while being “developed,” rather than being made into films. “Development Hell” imagines a “pitch session” in which a bedraggled Poe squares off with a slick Hollywood producer.
“A Hell of a Crime”presents a dysfunctional family of lawyers. An insecure prosecutor exists in the shadow of his more prominent parents. His father was a revered District Attorney, his mother a powerful trial lawyer in her own right. So just why does the mother interfere when her son prepares to prosecute a murder trial?
“Solomon & Lord: To Hell and Back”features two of my favorite characters. The ethically-challenged Steve Solomon and the very proper Victoria Lord are mismatched Miami law partners. Steve says he's going fishing with Manuel Cruz, a sleazy con man. Victoria knows that Cruz embezzled a bundle from Steve's favorite client and is an unlikely fishing buddy. So just what is Steve up to now? Something between mischief and murder.
Now Paul Levine has made Riptide from his Jake Lassiter series free at Amazon, without DRM.