Matt Beynon Rees who writes the international award winning
Omar Yussef series interviewed me recently. If you haven’t read The Collaborator of Bethlehem, you are missing an insiders view of the
dynamics behind the internal violence inside of Palestine. He’s walked the
streets and knows the people, their history, culture and language. And his books
give you a dimension of the human face behind the news
Readers love to discover an
author whose work suggests they’re a kindred spirit. Novelists, engaged in the
often lonely work of writing, enjoy it even more. That’s how I feel about
whose path is in many ways similar to mine (as you’ll see in this interview).
Based in Bangkok, he’s the creator of one of the most striking sleuths in crime
fiction: Vincent Calvino seems a distillation of all the most intriguing expats
you’ll ever meet traveling the world and at the same time utterly unique.
Moore's “Spirit House” is one of the most riveting crime novels I’ve read, and
I’m delighted that he’s the first fiction writer to participate in “The Writing
Life” interview series.