Jason McIntyre

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JASON MCINTYRE is the #1 Kindle Suspense author of THE NIGHT WALK MEN, bestsellers ON THE GATHERING STORM and SHED, plus the multi-layered literary suspense THALO BLUE. His short fiction has appeared in numerous magazines and won several awards.

His debut novel ON THE GATHERING STORM earned McIntyre a spot in the Top 20 Debut Authors for the Goodreads Choice Awards.

THE DEVIL'S RIGHT HAND is the latest instalment in the THE NIGHT WALK MEN saga and it's available now.

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"Five stars! Grows up around you like a vine."
- Art Lange, Smashwords


"Completely unpredictable! Like something out of a Quentin Tarantino film, a memoir, and something so bizarre...out of the Twilight Zone.”
- Jennifer Nessen


"I needed to keep reading (until four in
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Average rating: 3.8 · 838 ratings · 292 reviews · 30 distinct worksSimilar authors
The Night Walk Men (The Nig...

3.38 avg rating — 182 ratings — published 2010 — 3 editions
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Dark That Day, After All

3.68 avg rating — 90 ratings — published 2011 — 3 editions
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On The Gathering Storm

3.89 avg rating — 75 ratings — published 2010 — 4 editions
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Corinthian (The Night Walk ...

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Road Markers

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Shed

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Thalo Blue

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Kro (The Night Walk Men, #3)

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Walkout

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Bled

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New Collection // Pre-order Now // Cover Reveal

I haven't published a collection of stories since 2011. And I haven't published anything at all in over a year and a half. So here we are at the decision to share not only new stories and novellas, but to collect several that have appeared elsewhere in magazines or co-authored releases. The first is being revealed today, with a caveat: The collection isn't finished. What? Well, I'm trying
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Shed (Mystery & Thrillers)
1 chapters   —   updated May 13, 2015 06:30PM
Description: The opening of my novella, "Shed" in which we meet young Simon, the main character. We're not sure what kind of abuse he's suffering but we're sure that it's abuse.
On The Gathering Storm (Literature & Fiction)
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Description: Excerpt from Chapter One, in which Hannah has a fender bender with a man experiencing some symptoms of road rage.

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" Unwed (Dovetail Cove, 1976) by Jason McIntyre My rating: 5 of 5 stars I think I’m getting quite addicted to Jason McIntyre’s Dovetail Cove series. I’ve read about 4 or 5 of them so far and always look forward to reading another. Reading a book..." Read more of this blog post »
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Unwed (Dovetail Cove, 1976) by Jason McIntyre
"Dovetail Cove is one of those towns you always knew existed - small places with ancient residents who hold dark secrets. This is the latest installment in the series. The main character IS a character; the story she tells is riveting, with a myste..." Read more of this review »
Unwed (Dovetail Cove, 1976) by Jason McIntyre
"I loved this book! I love all of the characters McIntyre creates, but I think that Bexy may be my favorite. There was this underlying eerie feeling throughout the book- even in scenes that were not scary. It made you fear what was about to happen,..." Read more of this review »
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Trailer Trash With A Girl's Name by Stacey  Roberts
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All your favourites are back for a second round of ‘Trailer Trash with a Girl’s Name’ by Stacey Roberts. Of course, we have Carol The Jewish Mom, who puts onions IN EVERYTHING. This time she’s warning her second husband that he ‘has the scurvy!’ A ...more
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Julie Elizabeth Powell’s ‘Maisie’ takes us on a wondrous and surprising journey with one of the most memorable (and appreciable) young protagonists in the history of written fantasy. In Maisie and co.’s exploration of the mythic land, Mageia, I’m at ...more
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Trailer Trash, With a Girl's Name by Stacey  Roberts
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Stacey Roberts’ 'Trailer Trash, With a Girl’s Name' did something most books do not. It made me laugh out loud. Not ‘LOL’, as the kids say these days, on the screens and the keypads of their new-fangled technology. If anything, what I did while ...more
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Pilate's Blood by J. Alexander Greenwood
Pilate's Blood
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Dead men, family troubles, money problems and martinis seem to follow John Pilate. And, luckily for us, this latest book sees John’s buddy Taters Malley also following him on another adventure — whether Pilate really wants to go on one or not.

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“I suppose a body gets used to laying under a sheet at night and when it doesn’t feel the familiar weight of fabric pressing down over it, it can suddenly feel exceedingly unnatural.”
Jason McIntyre, Shed

“Labels are just labels, just handles to let us grasp things, pick them up, turn them over in our hands.”
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message 28: by Maciek

Maciek Hi Jason! Thanks for the friend request. Always happy to meet new people. Cheers!


Christine Hatfield thanks for being my friend


message 26: by Jason

Jason McIntyre Laurie wrote: "...Trying to figure out how to use this ebook Christmas gift so I can read your book 'Shed' It's first on my list.
Cheers to the New Year tonight !"


Awww! I wish I could help you out but I don't own an e-reader and I've never used one. Best of luck, though, Laurie. If you like SHED, I can send you another story. I should mention that BLED actually comes first in the series but you can read these two out of order. Later, as I write more of them, I suspect they'll need to be read more in order, but these two make sense if read independently. :)

I hope you have a wonderful New Year too! And good luck with the e-reader!

j. //


message 25: by Jason

Jason McIntyre Sangria3 wrote: "Thanks for your friendship, Jason! :D"

Likewise! Cheers!


message 24: by Jason

Jason McIntyre Pamela wrote: "Hey Jason...Thanks for accepting my friend request."

Absolutely! Cheers to you!

j. //


message 23: by Pamela

Pamela Hey Jason...Thanks for accepting my friend request.


message 22: by Milton

Milton Esitubi Mary Anita And The Second Liberation In Kenya Consider reading this book full of African passion and flavour, the culture, social life and politics.


message 20: by Jason

Jason McIntyre Natalie wrote: "Jason wrote: "Natalie wrote: "Thank you for accepting my friend request, thats awesome. I read recently your book Shed. I really liked it alot, it was not at all what i had thought it was going to..."

Of course! Very cool of you to show interest in my work and I will definitely check out your blog and link to it. We can discuss this more as the time draws nearer to your launch!


message 19: by Natalie

Natalie Jason wrote: "Natalie wrote: "Thank you for accepting my friend request, thats awesome. I read recently your book Shed. I really liked it alot, it was not at all what i had thought it was going to be. Awesome p..."

Your most welcome, it deserved a rating it was an awesome book. I have added the rest of your books to my to-read list. I am in the process of starting my own blog, maybe when i get it done, if you wanted i could send you the link. :)


message 18: by Jason

Jason McIntyre Natalie wrote: "Thank you for accepting my friend request, thats awesome. I read recently your book Shed. I really liked it alot, it was not at all what i had thought it was going to be. Awesome page turner."

So glad you found my book and enjoyed it. I really appreciate that you took the time to leave a rating, Natalie! All my best!


message 17: by Natalie

Natalie Thank you for accepting my friend request, thats awesome. I read recently your book Shed. I really liked it alot, it was not at all what i had thought it was going to be. Awesome page turner.


message 16: by Ed

Ed Rambeau Thanks for accepting my friend request, Jason. You seem like an interesting person, as well as quite the prolific and accomplished author, so feel free to tell me more about yourself and perhaps we can grow to become even greater friends. I, myself, am a singer/songwriter/actor who has recently turned author. My 2 top ten recordings were CONCRETE & CLAY (as a singer) and NAVY BLUE (as a writer)...both in the early 1960's. My first novel is an unusual murder mystery entitled: FORBIDDEN STEPS. It's getting raves on Amazon. So I'm excited.

Regards, and have a great day, Ed

http://www.edrambeau.com


message 15: by Jason

Jason McIntyre Bookwatcher wrote: "Thanks for the friendship and of course I'm divulging your initiative to donation for abused woman.
Best wishes to your books
Camila"


Thanks for helping to spread the word!


Bookwatcher Thanks for the friendship and of course I'm divulging your initiative to donation for abused woman.
Best wishes to your books
Camila


message 13: by Milly

Milly Thanks for the invite! It's very nice to meet you. The Last Lecture is on top of my list.


message 12: by Jason

Jason McIntyre jesse wrote: "Thanks very much for including me, Jason. jesse"

My pleasure, Jesse, good to connect with you! j. //


message 11: by Jesse

Jesse Hanson Thanks very much for including me, Jason. jesse


message 10: by Jason

Jason McIntyre Best and most entertaining? I'll take that as a sincere compliment. Thanks! And thanks also for your friendship. I look forward to "bumping" into you around here.


Madeleine Hello there, new friend! Yours is quite possibly the best (and most entertaining) response to my friending questions, so I thank you for that. :) Take care, man!


message 8: by Jason

Jason McIntyre Caley wrote: "Love to hear from another King fan! I think if you weren't introduced to Shirley Jackson in school, you were very much deprived of a great one."

That is a good point! But I went to school in a rough neighbourhood. Many of my classmates are now in jail or...well...toast. I doubt very much some of them would remember "The Lottery" and its subtextual implications on their lives.

Thanks, Caley, for calling me a friend! I look forward to catching up with your reading habits and seeing what you're up to! j. //


message 7: by Jason

Jason McIntyre Haha! Maybe one of your books! If you want to leave a post on my blog with a silly example of Freeman narrating a moment in your life, I'd happily give you a copy of one of my stories! Cheers! j. //


message 6: by Lisa

Lisa See Could I have Morgan Freeman narrate my life too?


message 5: by Jason

Jason McIntyre haha, no, I really didn't think you were in the witness protection program or anything! But I do appreciate us connecting here. I see that you use the Facebook doodad thingy -- maybe one of these days I'll get on "The Facebook" as it used to be called. Yep. That's how old I am. :-)


message 4: by Jason

Jason McIntyre And thank YOU for accepting my offer. So cool that you're willing to check out my book. I saw that you added it and that is excellent. I do hope that if you get around to reading it that you might care to share your thoughts on it with me some day. Cheers, Vanessa! j. //


Vanesa Hi Jason!

Thanks for adding me. You're right I like strong female characters and I'll be happy to check out your debut novel. Good luck and happy read as well.


message 2: by Jason

Jason McIntyre Cheers, Bradley!

I'll have a look at your book ratings/reviews shortly and see if we have any likes/dislikes in common.

I want to go through a bunch more and add more ratings of my own -- it's kind of addicting!


Bradley Thank you for adding me as a friend. =)

Dreamsbane of Tamalor by Bradley James Simpson


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