As the child of a military family, Timothy Lassiter grew up all over the world, having the fantastic opportunity to visit and learn about other cultures first hand. After his family settled in southeastern Connecticut, Timothy joined the U.S. Navy and served as a Hospital Corpsman, where he had the opportunity to work with the military police, as well as local law enforcement. After returning to New England, Timothy has continued to pursue his medical career as well as using his beloved home state as the setting for his novels.
In 2010, Timothy began writing screenplays, as well as his exciting fiction novels. He plans on developing his screenplays into feature films and television series along with continuing his exciting fiction novels. To learn more about his work with screenplays, check out the screenwriting page on this site, or read his thoughts on his blog page.
Timothy Lassiter works as a nurse and is studying to be a Physician's Assistant. He holds degrees in nursing and psychology, helping him to provide the scientific and forensic details to his novels.
Timothy Lassiter currently lives in Moodus, Connecticut where he lives with his wife and daughter.
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The Devil You Know
by Timothy Lassiter
After capturing The Nemesis and uncovering the truth about his past and who he really is, Detective Nick Grenier soon finds himself confronting a new killer. This killer is brutal and will stop at nothing to bring vengeance to those he deems unworthy. To stop this killer, Nick will be forced to confront his own darkness and embrace the person he is meant to be.
Three Degrees of Separation
by Timothy Lassiter
Newly promoted police detective, Nicholas Grenier will have to face his fears, accept his talent, and come to terms with a family secret in order to outmatch a vicious killer who seems to understand the detective and his past better than Nick himself. Three Degrees of Separation takes you on a journey into the detective's past to find the answers to a killing spree 60 years in the making.
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