Tate author Jason Pokopec stirs things up in paranormal novel featured in the Herald-Standard
Tate author Jason Pokopec unleashes a gripping paranormal story in his book, “Betty Knox” in a featured article in the Herald-Standard.
“Betty Knox” is a twisted classic story that was told through the eyes of a sixteen-year-old boy, whose world is shattered by the death of his father. Gordon Huet and his family are forced to start their lives over in a secluded hamlet in the Laurel Highlands.
Living in Dunbar, Pennsylvania with his wife and daughter, Pokopec is currently working toward a degree in computer security though he graduated Bachelor’s Degree in Business and Associate’s Degree in Business Administration.
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