‘The Man in the High Castle’ is a sci-fi thriller by the author of ‘Beneath the Skin’

The Man in a High Castle is an upcoming thriller from the author and director of ‘The Dark Tower’ and ‘The Killing Fields,’ Stephen King.

The novel follows an eccentric detective named Tom Steele who finds himself drawn into a web of conspiracy and deception as he tries to uncover the secrets behind a series of mysterious deaths.

King, best known for his work in the ‘Dark Tower’ series of novels, adapted the tale for the big screen in the 2011 movie.

King said the novel has already had a significant impact on the genre of sci-fieries, as it’s one of his favorites.

King said he is “not a big fan” of science fiction, and he is most excited about the potential of the novel.

King’s work has earned him the title of one of the most influential and respected writers in the world, and has been translated into more than 30 languages.

King recently announced he would release a book of short stories this summer called “The Man Who Stole Christmas,” which he said will include new stories by his wife, Laurie Metcalfe, as well as new stories he has previously written.

King has said he plans to make the novel available for free online.

The novel is set in the early 1900s, and takes place in a future world where the government has banned the use of radio, TV and computer in favor of the use, in a series called the “radio-brain.”

King’s book, which is being adapted into a film, has been described as an “unfettered” take on science fiction.

King has said it will “take a different approach” to his work.