HOBOKEN — Local resident and author Jason Pinter will see his political thriller novel, The Castle, released on Monday.
The novel, partly inspired by the 2016 national election, is Pinters sixth novel in the genre.
It centers on Remy Stanton, a young, ambitious corporate strategist who is nearly killed when he intervenes and saves the lives of two strangers about to be gunned down. When he awakes in the hospital, Stanton learns he saved the life of a powerful billionaire businessman’s daughter. He is suddenly in the limelight as an overnight hero.
This same businessman not only offers Stanton a job but he is about to make history by running for President of the United States on a third-party ticket. But Stanton discovers the dark truth behind the candidate and his daughter as violence erupts and pressure builds.
Pinter also oversees his own independent publishing company, Polis books. He moved to Hoboken a little over two years ago.
Read more about him in this week’s Hoboken Reporter and in future editions in other towns, or check out the longer story here at hudsonreporter.com.
The book will be available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble (bn.com).
For more information see Pinter’s website for the novel by clicking the link.