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Andrew Case

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Andrew Case is an award-winning playwright and critically-acclaimed novelist. His plays have been produced by the Steppenwolf Theatre in Chicago, New Theatre in Miami, InterAct Theatre in Philadelphia, and many more across the country. His work has been commissioned and developed by the Manhattan Theatre Club, the Atlantic Theatre, Primary Stages, the Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center, and many more. He is a member of the Primary Stages Writers Group and PEN America Center, and a winner of the Samuel Goldwyn Award.

Additionally, he is an expert in civilian oversight of police misconduct. His scholarship on police oversight has been published in the Columbia Human Rights Law Review and he has been quoted on police oversight and reform in the New

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The Arpaio Pardon and the Judiciary

Last summer, I tweeted about my experience clerking in the District of Arizona for the racial profiling trial of Joe Arpaio. That led to some news coverage and an op-ed in the Washington Post. It's nice to get recognition, but now that Arpaio has announced a senate run the stakes are quite serious.

Arpaio's career and the Arpaio pardon are among the most awful examples of where law enforcement h...

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The Big Fear A Falling Knife
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The Big Fear by Andrew    Case
"A very good debut novel with great pacing. The characters are fully developed and invite you to read more about them. Definitely must read more by this author. "
A Falling Knife by Andrew    Case
"I read the first book in the series and thought it was OK but glad I gave the second one a chance, I liked it a lot more."
The Big Fear by Andrew    Case
"The Big Fear
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As his premier novel, the marks are quite high and the book bodes well for his future novels should he choose to write them.
The author’s intimacy with and fondness for NYC are quite apparent and comforting in a way. His rela..." Read more of this review »
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How to Kill Friends and Implicate People by Jay Stringer
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Truly Awesome

No wonder this book was nominated by the Guardian for Not the Booker. It's shockingly funny, layered not sophisticated cultural observation, all inside an action packed thriller. A great book
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Great series start - great character

Pete Fernandez is a terrific addition to the world of amateur sleuths, a down on his luck drunk who gets wrapped up in the dark underworld of Miami.
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I'm honored to let you know that my second book, A Falling Knife, has been selected as a Summer Deal in the Kindle Store and is available in June for only $1.99. If you liked The Big Fear, please check out the sequel, and if you enjoyed it, please review it here and on Amazon. Thanks!
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