New novel, “Three Steps to the Making of an Assassin” by Jack Cashman is released, a story of old friends on different paths, the remnants of war, and the trouble that brings them back together

April 28 17:24 2021

“Three Steps to the Making of an Assassin” by Jack Cashman has been released worldwide. This 263 page novel follows two close friends during the Vietnam war era, a war that sent them on two separate paths in life and their inevitable reunion. Where one friend becomes a lawyer, the other lives a dangerous life as a CIA-trained assassin for hire. Circumstance brings them back together, and their history turns the tide in their favor.

Three Steps to the Making of an Assassin (ISBN: 9781736734216) can be purchased through retailers worldwide, including and Amazon. The paperback retails for $12.99 Wholesale orders are available through Ingram.

From the back cover:

Two friends growing up in a small New England mill town share a misspent youth full of mischief and mayhem. Events around the Vietnam War lead their lives in completely different directions. While they maintain their friendship, the direction of their lives could not possibly be any more different.

One chooses a career in law, while the other leads a double life that includes killing for hire. In the end they are reunited in an effort to bring sanity back to their lives.

About the author:

Jack Cashman has followed up his highly successful first novel, An Irish Immigrant Story, with his second novel about two young men growing up in a New England mill town in a turbulent period.

Jack lives in Hampden, Maine with his wife, Betty, near their two sons Derek and Danny, their daughters-in-law, Michelle and Karen, and their five granddaughters, Kate, Sarah, Jackie, Carolyn, and Brianne.

About NH book publisher Seacoast Press:

NH book publisher Seacoast Press provides authors with traditional-quality book publishing services while allowing authors to retain publishing rights and 100% royalties. Seacoast Press’ wide variety of publishing services includes book design; editorial; printing; distribution; publicity; and marketing. Seacoast Press books are available through retailers and booksellers worldwide. All Seacoast Press books can be purchased wholesale through Ingram.

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