After what could be classified as a tumultuous week, former Crown books editor Jason Pinter has landed at a new home: St. Martin’s Press, where he’ll be starting duties there as an Editor on March 26. An announcement sent out by St. Martin’s Press editor-in-chief George Witte adds that Pinter will be acquiring commercial fiction – thrillers and mysteries – as well as nonfiction in pop culture and other categories. Understandably, we’re very pleased with this turn of events.
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