About the Author

James T. Hogg is the pseudonym of one of the most prominent New York City real estate attorneys. As a real-life attorney, he has published two non-fiction books about real estate and business, one of which was a Wall Street Journal best seller.

Faythe of North Hinkapee: The Saga of a Young Woman’s Quest for Justice and Love in Colonial America is his first fiction novel, written as James T. Hogg.  The book is based on a story he told many times to his now-grown children.  The goal—then and now—was to create a story that the reader simply cannot put down, even when it is midnight and the reader has to get up to go to work the next morning.  His simple goal has always been to write a page-turner so that the reader can have a great time with an enjoyable read.

Hogg has been inspired by Ken Follett’s writings and finds his natural writing style very similar to Mr. Follett’s. This includes an intricate plot and unforgettable characters that interweave throughout the story, culminating in an exciting denouement.  Readers who enjoyed Follett’s masterpiece, Pillars of the Earth, will undoubtedly enjoy  Faythe of North Hinkapee.

Hogg now lives in New Jersey and has been happily married for thirty-eight years to his soulmate wife. They are blessed to be the proud parents of two grown-up daughters.

The author’s muse calls from his summer home getaway, where he goes to play (very) loud music and write and write and write.