Donald Levin’s new novel, The Baker’s Men, is now available in both print and Kindle versions.
The second fast-paced mystery in the Martin Preuss series, The Baker’s Men finds Ferndale Police detective Martin Preuss called to investigate a savage shooting at a local business late one Easter Sunday evening. Was it a random burglary gone bad? A cold-blooded execution linked to Detroit’s drug trade? Most frightening of all, is there a terrorist connection with the Iraqi War vets who work at the store?
Struggling with these questions, frustrated by the dizzying uncertainties of the case and hindered by the treachery of his own colleagues who scheme against him, Preuss is drawn into a whirlwind of greed, violence, and revenge that spans generations across metropolitan Detroit.
An award-winning fiction writer and poet, Donald Levin is also the author of Crimes of Love (2011), the first Martin Preuss mystery; The House of Grins (1992), a novel; and two books of poetry, In Praise of Old Photographs (2005) and New Year’s Tangerine (2007). He is dean of the faculty at Marygrove College in Detroit and lives in Ferndale.