I wrote Parallax to be a big blockbuster of a novel. When my agent (at the time) started shopping it around, the response from editors was fantastic – they loved it. “The world needs Jon’s voice,” said one (seriously), “but I can’t buy it.” The reason? Publishers need shelf space from bookstores and Parallax doesn’t fit into an easy category. Yes, it’s a thriller, but it’s also a psychic suspense novel. Yes, it’s espionage, but it’s also a bit of SF. That was the problem. So rather than let it sit on the hard drive with nowhere to go, I released it as an ebook last year and readers really responded to it. It’s got more five-star reviews on Amazon.com than any other books I’ve written to date, which is nice. I hope you check it out…

What happens when two professional assassins – one a Mafia hitman and the other a former German terrorist – kill at exactly the same moment in time? For Ernst Stahl and Frank Jolino the result is a psychic bond that slowly blossoms in each man’s mind, enabling them to see into the other’s world. Frank Jolino doesn’t like what he sees, especially when he realizes that Stahl is headed to his home turf of Boston to kill a scientist who may hold the key to solving the world’s deadliest diseases. But for Stahl, there’s no other option. Virtually bankrupt and with his son in desperate need of a bone marrow transplant, he’s got little choice but to take the assignment. Jolino has other ideas. On the run from his crime syndicate for refusing to kill his ex-girlfriend-turned-government-informant, Jolino sets a plan in motion that will bring the two men face-to-face and gun-to-gun…with no guarantees either will survive.

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