It’s not just a novel about war, or simply a love story. It’s about a moral dilemma faced by a young man trying to move past what he’s done and what’s been done to him
Bloomington, IN (PRWEB) April 16, 2013
Author Jim McGinty grew up in Brooklyn, the setting of his first novel, “Right to Kill: A Brooklyn Tale” (published by iUniverse). He personally experienced the social turmoil of the late 1960s from the battle front to the home front. In his first work of fiction, McGinty provides a new perspective about those who lived through this difficult period.
“Drawing from his own life experiences, Jim McGinty has artfully created an excellent debut novel,” said Alan Bower, director of Channel Book Sales at Author Solutions, Inc. “We are proud to name ‘Right To Kill’ as an iUniverse Rising Star.” The iUniverse Rising Star program recognizes excellence in writing and overall market potential.
“Right to Kill: A Brooklyn Tale” is about a Marine Lieutenant’s noble journey gone badly, and the epic moral struggle that ensues. It features street-smart characters, loyalty, romance, gritty combat, murder and a touch of humor. The novel appeals to a broad spectrum of audiences, including New Yorkers, Vietnam Veterans, Marines and historical fiction buffs.
“‘Right to Kill’ is a many sided tale,” notes McGinty. “It’s not just a novel about war, or simply a love story. It’s about a moral dilemma faced by a young man trying to move past what he’s done and what’s been done to him.”
“Right to Kill”
By Jim McGinty
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 242 pages | ISBN 9781475959550
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 242 pages | ISBN 9781475959536
E-Book | 242 pages | ISBN 9781475959543
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
More information can be found at http://www.righttokill.com.
About the Author
Jim McGinty earned a BA, MBA and honorary doctorate from St. John’s University in New York. A Vietnam vet, he retired as colonel from the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve. His business career spans four decades as an executive with Dun & Bradstreet, CSA, and RR Bowker. He is currently vice chairman of Cambridge Information Group. Jim and his wife, Pat, reside in Vienna, Va.
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