The book was an ok read, it didn't grip me as much as I hoped it would, but it is worth a read if you have the chance. If you have read or seen The Fugitive then this is very similar, the main character Henry is in the wrong place at the wrong time and gets blamed for a murder he didn't commit, forcing him to go on the run whilst gathering evidence to clear his name... the additives are N.Y. Mafia assassins, crooked FBI cops and a sidekick called Amanda, who sticks with him throughout his ordeal.
I feel it lacked the nitty gritty of authors like Kathy Reichs of "Bones" fame, which I usually read, making this a totally new crime reading experience for me, which may be why I didn't enjoy it as much as I thought I would, but it made a change to read something different.
On the whole, it was worth reading and was reasonably good for a debut crime novel. I'm sure Jason Pinters next work will improve from experience and I would read more of his work.