I met Mark Hosack at the San Francisco Writers Conference in 2008. At the time, he was just another unpublished novelist (though he's also a screenwriter), but today Mark has a book out from Simon & Schuster.
IDENTITY is a thriller about the world of finance, dirty dealings, and mistaken identities. I've just started reading, and the story is pulling me right in.
The novel is being released initially as an ebook only, but it may have a print release if the ebook does well. It's available for only $1.99 for the next two weeks, so if you're interested, buy it now.
Congratulations to Mark on the big debut! I can't wait to keep reading!
Good Stuff Out There:
→ Maria Konnikova writes in the Slate Book Review about the history of the search for The Great American Novel: "But though the GAN as such seems here to stay, the way we think about it has evolved significantly from its original conception to the present day. And that evolution is as inevitable as it is profound." (Thanks, The Millions!)