"Remarkably fresh and original with characters you can't help loving and sparkling dialogue that echoes the Hepburn-Tracy screwball comedies. A hilarious, touching and entertaining twist on the legal thriller."
- David J. Montgomery, Chicago Sun-Times
"The legal thriller Solomon vs. Lord not only delivers a humorous yet solid tale about lawyers, it also proves how much Paul Levine's novels have been missed."
- Oline Cogdill, Ft. Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel
"A funny, fast-paced legal thriller. The barbed dialogue makes for some genuine laugh-out-loud moments. Fans of Carl Hiaasen and Dave Barry will enjoy this humorous Florida crime romp."
- Publishers Weekly
"Solomon vs. Lord brings Levine back to the world of books at the top of his game.... Some of the juiciest and funniest lingo I've read in a thriller in a long time."
- Joe Meyers, ConnPost.com
"The writing makes me think of Janet Evanovich out to dinner with John Grisham."
"Paul Levine provides lots of pleasure and promise."
- Dick Adler, Chicago Tribune
"Solomon vs. Lord is a hoot."
- John Linsenmeyer, Greenwich (CT) Time
"The repartee between Solomon and Lord is some of the greatest dialogue I have read in years, and is reminiscent of the very best of what we heard from Dave and Maddie in the early episodes of Moonlighting. Simply put, Solomon vs. Lord is one of my favorite novels of 2005."
- Joe Hartlaub, Bookreporter.com
"Solomon vs. Lord is a comic romp, a romance, a legal thriller, and a mystery, all written with heart and warmth and wit, razor-sharp dialogue, colorful memorable characters and a more than generous amount of genuine emotion."
- Mark Terry, Oakland (MI) Press
"If you're into really funny, spicy and devilishly devious courtroom novels, get into Paul Levine's newest. A bonanza of hilarity."
- Joe Klock, Hernando (FL) Today
"A witty, irreverent and laugh-out-loud legal thriller."
- Harriet Klausner, Thebestreviews.com
"Levine knows pacing, character and dialogue. Solomon vs. Lord is a laugh-out-loud funny legal thriller that crackles with wit and energy."
- Claire E. White, Internetwritingjournal.com
"A pure delight I hated to put down. A remarkable read."
- Mary Ann Smyth, Bookloons.com
"Hiaasen meets Grisham in the court of last retort. A sexy, wacky, wonderful thriller with humor and heart."
- Harlan Coben
"It's great to see a new Paul Levine novel. He writes some of the funniest - and most wickedly accurate - courthouse dramas you'll ever read."
- Carl Hiaasen
"Solomon vs. Lord is a howl. Not since Moonlighting has such a funny, combative, romantic relationship been depicted. Paul Levine uses his extensive gifts as a novelist to give us two battling lawyers who are destined to delight you. This book is a winner!"
- Stephen J. Cannell
"Paul Levine has written a terrific courtroom drama that's also funny as hell. It's as if John Grisham wrote a book with...well, me."
- Dave Barry
"Solomon vs. Lord is a terrific courtroom thriller, a wonderful comedy, a delightful love story and one of the best books I've read this year."
- Philip Margolin
"This is what Tracy and Hepburn would have been like if they were allowed to show skin."
- Jeff Arch, Screenwriter: Sleepless in Seattle
"This is the best book of 2005 so far, and I can't wait for the movie."
- Catherine Kitcho, Pele Publications
"The real mystery is how Levine took a subject like murder and turned it into a laugh-out-loud novel. Now, if we can get him to write the evening news."
- Jim Jimirro, Chairman of the Board, National Lampoon
"Solomon vs. Lord is a beauty. A fast, hilarious and suspenseful tale. When I wasn't laughing out loud, I was burning through the pages as fast as my fingers could move."
- James W. Hall
"A sexy read. Set in hot, hot Miami, the sexual tension flies off the page."
- Carolyn Russell, Wordmuseum.com
"A risqué version of the classic bickering of Tracy and Hepburn.... Solomon vs. Lord is a humorous, fast-paced legal romp...the dialogue is crisp and often wickedly barbed."
- Bill Wallo, Blogcritics.org
"Levine effortlessly combines humor and suspense, with several laugh-out-loud throwaway lines buried among the drama."
- Craig's Book Club
"An engrossing brilliant courtroom drama."
- Narayan Radhakrishnan, New Mystery Reader Magazine