Deadly foes and unexpected allies. A thrilling race against the clock. J
Jack Southerland a disgraced detective battling his own addictions must trudge through the quarantine town of Jasper. After (The Incident) leaving half of Jasper's population unconscious Richard Morrissey rose to power. Morrissey a grieving man desperate for justice keeps the town afloat by forging a tentative alliance with the mysterious and violent Fillmore Whites. Meanwhile a deadlier enemy lurks known only as The Redeemers. This cult has it's own ideas for Jasper's salvation.
Together Southerland and Morrisey battles impossible odds to save what little is left of Jasper.
James Gianetti was born and raised in Closter New Jersey. He attended Montclair State University where he served on the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. At Montclair he began to develop himself as a writer.
He studied with award-winning editor Benjamin Smith and acclaimed playwright Joseph Gilford. Gianetti developed a compelling style of storytelling that merges the tangible with the unordinary.
The Town of Jasper is the first of many stories James wishes to tell.