Updates: 4 March 2017      

Dear Readers,

The Memory Manifesto, a Memoir of Cambodia, goes to the copy editor on Sunday. The book combines our current scientific knowledge about memory, consciousness, subjectivity with my 25 years of experiences in Cambodia. I begin with 1993 when I covered the UNTAC period and end in 2017 when I last returned.

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Recent Amazon Reader Reviews:

S.Michael Parrott reviewed Gambling on Magic
Christopher G Moore is not just a thrilling writer - January 10, 2017
Christopher G Moore is not just a thrilling writer, his depth of character and
his ability to unveil the complexities and bittersweet realities of our humanity
through various genres is as enthralling as storytelling gets…..

Rob van Cutsem reviewed Jumpers (Vincent Calvino Crime Novel Book 16)
Five Stars - December 27, 2016
The usual excellent story by Christopher Moore, delving into the assumed suicide of a young painter in Bangkok.

Philly reader reviewed Jumpers (Vincent Calvino Crime Novel Book 16)
Great read! A gem - December 26, 2016
Great read! Christopher Moore's Jumpers, a profound noir set in an intimately described Bangkok underworld, is a gem. The sleazy ambience is fascinating as are Calvino, the tough, yet thoughtful detective, Raphael, the painter, strangely both nihilistic and ambitious, various Thai and Chinese gangsters, and Calvino's usual Thai and farang associates. Read on the plane to the "land of smiles" (or anywhere).

graeme p thorne reviewed Jumpers (Vincent Calvino Crime Novel Book 16)
compelling reading - December 20, 2016
I love the Vincent calvino series, I have read all 16, this is as good as the other books, only hope their will be more to come..

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New Videos and Documentaries:

The Impatient Artist is discussion about books and art between Peter Klashorst and me

Thai Law Forum: Author Christopher G. Moore on Thailand, Writing and the Non-Fiction Process

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Literary Awards

Asia Hand, the second book in the Vincent Calvino private eye series, had won the Shamus Award in the Best Paperback Original category for the Shamus Awards. The Shamus Awards are sponsored annually by the Private Eye Writers of America.

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Author Christopher G. Moore evolves with Bangkok

During Thailand’s 2006 coup, dead bodies lay in Rama IV Road in Bangkok, right outside the swank apartment of Christopher G. Moore, one of Canada’s most famous expat writers. The next coup, in May 2014, didn’t affect him in such a direct and gruesome way, but the worsening repression under the current military government is certainly changing his writing.

Moore, who once taught condo law at UBC, has lived in Southeast Asia for 30 years and during that period has published 30-plus books. Fifteen of them have been police procedurals featuring his fictional creation Vincent Calvino, a disbarred lawyer turned PI, a character who’s especially popular with readers across East Asia and Western Europe.

Read more: http://www.straight.com/life/515331/author-christopher-g-moore-evolves-bangkok


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