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Jason Pinter


USA flag (b.1979)

Jason Pinter is the bestselling author of The Mark. He is a member of International Thriller Writers and Mystery Writers of America, and is a co-founder of Killer Year. His next Henry Parker novel, The Stolen, comes out in March 2008. He lives in New York City with his wife Susan and their dog Wilson.
 

Genres: Romance, Science Fiction, Thriller
 
New and upcoming books
February 2024

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Past Crimes
 
Series
Henry Parker
   1. The Mark (2007)
   2. The Guilty (2008)
   3. The Stolen (2008)
   4. The Fury (2009)
   5. The Darkness (2009)
   6. The Invited (2011)
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Rachel Marin
   1. Hide Away (2020)
   2. A Stranger at the Door (2021)
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Novels
   Past Crimes (2024)
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Picture Books
   Miracle (2018)
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Jason Pinter recommends
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Under Color of Law (2021)
(Trevor Finnegan, book 1)
Aaron Philip Clark
"An absolutely riveting book that belongs in the pantheon of L.A. crime novels alongside Connelly’s The Black Echo, Mosley’s Devil in a Blue Dress, and Ellroy’s The Black Dahlia. Under Color of Law is a landmine placed at the intersection of law enforcement, race, media, and politics by an author who clearly knows the volatile territory. I cannot wait to read the next Trevor Finnegan book."
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An Eye for an Eye (2021)
(Detective Kate Young, book 1)
Carol Wyer
"A riveting mystery with an unforgettable protagonist, An Eye for an Eye reads as if Broadchurch was written by Ian Rankin."
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In the Dark (2019)
Loreth Anne White
"In the Dark is a brilliantly constructed Swiss watch of a thriller, containing both a chilling locked room mystery reminiscent of Agatha Christie and The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo and a detective story that would make Harry Bosch proud. Do yourself a favor and find some uninterrupted reading time, because you won’t want to put this book down."

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Anthologies containing stories by Jason Pinter
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Killer Year (2008)
Stories to Die For
edited by
Lee Child

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