THE LAST LAWSONS is a compelling story of a suburban American family coming to terms with its tragic and shameful past. Told in three distinct parts by the defeated Ed Lawson, his manic wife Josephine, and their bitter but earnest daughter Althea, this compelling tale of violence, sexual shame, and personal failure recounts the dreadful secrets of a broken family.
Jason Hinojosa taught literature and creative writing at globally-competitive international schools in Florida and Hong Kong. He travelled extensively in Asia, including Kolkata, where he volunteered long-term for Mother Teresa’s Missionaries of Charity. He published a number of short stories and won two literary awards. THE LAST LAWSONS is his debut novel.