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Abby Donovan is a Chicago attorney, driven and focused. When a single misstep late one night takes her into a new and dangerous world, she’s compelled to investigate, despite the risks. But she must hurry. Someone is watching. Someone ready to destroy her carefully constructed life.

“With well-drawn characters,…knotty and believable puzzles, [and] an easy, confident writing style, …Diskin’s debut mystery-thriller…is a satisfying, suspenseful novel with an engaging heroine.” Kirkus Reviews

“If you like taut, fast-moving plots and riveting characters who evolve in the course of the story, E.C. Diskin’s The Green Line will be a wonderful change of pace from the steady stream of formulaic mysteries that tend to dominate the genre today….Diskin draws her characters with great deftness, especially the lead character. A Chicago-based attorney herself, Diskin paints Abby’s world with remarkable depth, from the inner workings of a large law firm to the inner thoughts of a goal-focused young attorney…. The book is a fast, fascinating read and it gives the reader a number of secondary bonuses along the way to its thrilling conclusion.” Windy City Reviews 

“Diskin’s writing is fast paced, carefully researched, and driven by a complex plot, filled with non-stop suspense, and page turning action….The fast action, plot driven storyline, and clearly defined characters assure the award-winning success of The Green Line, the cinema potential, and the open door for a sequel or series.” Reader Views

“E.C. Diskin’s debut novel is an intriguing, intelligent read and a wild ride.” Kathi Baron, author of Shattered

“Savvy page-turning thriller that’ll keep you on the edge of your seat….”                     “Best lawyer book since John Grisham’s beginning novels….” 5-star Amazon reviews



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