Neil M. Levy has led an eclectic life. Born in Brooklyn, he has made the Bay Area his base ever since he first arrived there. He has mixed a life of being a legal service attorney a law professor, a legal publisher, a travel writer and a creative writer and poet.
But travel has always been his passion. His honeymoon was a nine month drive with his wife Jane from California to the Panama Canal. He worked many summers in Hawaii on the legal problems of Native Hawaiians. He wrote three editions of the Micronesia Handbook, spending many months on those remote islands.
He is near the end of his career as a law professor at the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law and is planning to spend even more time travelling and continuing his fiction writing.
The Haiku Murders
by Neil Levy
Izzy Liebes, a Jew from Brooklyn, would up as a lieutenant in the homicide division of the Honolulu police force. His passions are body surfing and haiku poetry.
But he begins to receive a series of haiku from an anonymous source. He soon realizes that they are from a serial killer who gives him clues about murders he is about to commit.
by Neil Levy
Published: January 30, 2012
While travelling in the South Seas, Neil M. Levy decided to write one perfect sentence a day. But this soon morphed into also writing haiku and very short stories, often quite distant from what most people consider reality.
This book contains the best of his writings. Be prepared to be amused, perplexed, and have your notions of reality challenged. A new voice is added to field of micro fiction.
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