Psychic Reprieve Wins the LEBOY Award for Best Book

Thursday evening, I was informed that my latest novel, Psychic Reprieve, received the LEBOY (Law Enforcement Book of the Year) Award for fiction by the Spingola Files.

The Spingola Files is a blog produced by its namesake, retired Milwaukee Police Department Homicide Detective Steve Spingola.

http://www.badgerwordsmith.com/spingolafiles/2013/12/26/the-winner-of-the-spingola-files-1st-annual-leboy-award-is/

“Psychic Reprieve is good on so many fronts,” wrote Steve Spingola in an e-mail announcing the award’s winners.  “Those residing in Milwaukee, Chicago, St. Paul or Eau Claire, will recognize several scenes. It is the exploration of serious topics — serial killers, race and justice, and terrorism — mixed with humor that makes this novel captivating.”

For more information about Psychic Reprieve or my first novel, The Cozen Protocol, visit:

www.authormitchellnevin.com

© Mitchell Nevin, Bloomington, MN, 2013