Saving Jason CoverAward-winning author Michael Sears joins us in this episode of CrimeFiction.FM to discuss his new book, the fourth in his Jason Stafford thriller series, SAVING JASON.

Michael Sears Interview Show Notes

Michael shares the back story of his protagonist, former Wall Street hotshot Jason Stafford. Jason allowed a mistake to go uncorrected for too long and wound up in jail. Upon his release, the only work he could find was investigation financial crimes. He’s also the father to a young autistic son, and their relationship is one of the joys of reading this series.

We discuss the storyline behind the latest book in the series, SAVING JASON, where a minor investigation into some odd penny stock trades develops into something that puts Jason, his son, and his employer into grave danger.

We discuss Michaels early days as an actor in New York. In one year he guest starred on every soap opera filmed in New York.

We discuss the various ways in which Michael’s acting background has helped him with his writing career.

SAVING JASON – From the Publisher:

Michael SearsJason Stafford used to be a hot Wall Street trader, went too far, and paid for it in prison.

Now a financial investigator, he’s been asked to look into rumors of a hostile takeover of his firm, but he has no idea it will turn his whole life upside down. Suddenly embroiled in a grand jury investigation of Mob-related activities on Wall Street, and threatened by some very serious men, he is thrust into witness protection with his young autistic son. And then his son disappears. Has he been kidnapped, or worse?

With no choice but to act, Stafford has no choice but to come out of hiding and risk everything to save his son, his firm, his pregnant girlfriend—and himself.

Links

Purchase SAVING JASON at Amazon

Michael’s Website www.michaelsears.com

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