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Daniel Pyne

Biography

Daniel Pyne

Daniel Pyne's screenwriting credits include the remake of The Manchurian Candidate, Pacific Heights, and Fracture. He made his directorial debut with the indie cult film Where's Marlowe? Pyne's list of television credits (writing and showrunning) is vast, and includes J. J. Abram's "Alcatraz" and "Miami Vice." His two previous novels, TWENTYNINE PALMS and A HOLE IN THE GROUND OWNED BY A LIAR, were published by Counterpoint Press. He lives in Southern California.

Daniel Pyne

Books by Daniel Pyne

by Daniel Pyne - Fiction, Mystery, Suspense, Thriller

Jay Johnson is a decent guy, yet quietly lost: He has a girlfriend he can't commit to, a job that bores him, and a traumatic incident in his past that he can't quite remember or forget. After being abducted and whisked away, Jay comes to in an undisclosed location, monitored by federal agents who believe he is hiding highly classified information. Relegated to Catalina Island in a neighborhood populated by other protected witnesses and unable to return to his former life, Jay begins to investigate the strange series of events that led him to this odd new existence.