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Stilton Pine: A Gripping Nail-Biter in the Heart of the Lowcountry

Stilton Pine is a captivating thriller that takes readers deep into the heart of the South Carolina Lowcountry, where trouble brews amidst the dense pine forests. From the very first page, author Marvin Levine crafts a riveting narrative that keeps you on the edge of your seat with its multitude of twists and turns.

Set against the backdrop of the Stilton Pine lumber mill, the story kicks off with Corey Matthews stumbling upon a gruesome discovery – a mangled body at his workstation – while his best friend, Donnie Johnston, is mysteriously missing. As the plot unfolds, it becomes evident that the mill is not just a workplace but a hotbed of illicit activities, particularly the rampant spread of methamphetamine. Levine expertly weaves together elements of mystery, friendships, and betrayal as Corey and his fellow union coworkers find themselves ensnared in the grip of addiction and fear.

What sets Stilton Pine apart, in my opinion, is its cast of well-developed characters, each with their own motives and secrets. From Corey, grappling with the guilt of addiction, to Deputy Valerie Johnston, determined to uncover the truth behind the town’s secrets, every character adds depth and complexity to the narrative. As alliances shift and suspicions mount, readers are kept guessing until the very end.

Fans of James Patterson will find themselves right at home with Stilton Pine. The fast-paced plot, coupled with the author’s skillful storytelling, ensures that the pages fly by as you race to uncover the identity of the killer and the mastermind behind the drug ring. I highly recommend grabbing yourself a copy – you’re going to love it!

Marvin Levine’s books can be found in bookstores along the Grand Strand, including Waterfront Books in Georgetown, Litchfield Books and My Sisters Books in Pawleys Island, Barnes and Noble at Market Common, and Our Next Chapter in Conway. For more information, please visit www.marvinlevine.com.

Haley Brandon

Haley Brandon

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