Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Jason Pinter Faking Life


"An author who dares to take the traditional thriller in bold new directions." --Tess Gerritsen

Product Description

NEVER BEFORE PUBLISHED ANYWHERE! How much is one life worth? In FAKING LIFE, internationally bestselling author Jason Pinter offers a ripped-from-the-headlines thriller that asks the ultimate question--that could cost three people their careers, their souls, and even their lives. John Gillis is a lifelong bartender looking to jump-start his stagnant existence after the death of a close friend by writing a raw, unvarnished memoir. Esther is an ambitious young woman searching for career inspiration and true love and believes in John she just might have found both. Nico Vanetti is a fading literary agent, a former King of Industry, who sees John Gillis as his meal ticket back to the top. Nico knows that in entertainment whatever bleeds, leads, and so in order to reap the millions he expects from John's story he'll do whatever it takes to manipulate John's life behind the scenes--even if it means forcing him to pay with his life. FAKING LIFE is high-stakes novel of suspense that shows just how far people will go to alter reality--even if it comes at the ultimate price.

About the Author

Jason Pinter is the bestselling author of the critically acclaimed Henry Parker series: THE DARKNESS, THE FURY, THE STOLEN, THE GUILTY and THE MARK, which was optioned to be a major motion picture. His ebook exclusive novella, THE HUNTERS, was a #1 Kindle bestseller. He has been nominated for numerous awards, including the Thriller award, the Strand Critics award, the Shamus award, the Barry award, the CrimeSpree award and the RT Booklovers Reviewers Choice award. His books have been published in over sixteen countries in numerous languages with nearly 1.5 million copies in print around the world. His first novel for Young Readers, ZEKE BARTHOLOMEW: SUPERSPY! will be released in the Fall of 2011. Jason lives in New York City, and can be reached at  You can follow his Twitter feed at 

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