Updates: 12 December 2017      
 

Dear Friends,

As we enter the holiday season and 2018 looms, I've put my thought to an essay about empathy. Given the time of years, a time when we look back as well as forward, I thought it was appropriate to reflect on how we might consider how we've changed intellectually and emotionally this year. Empathy is an important part of what a novel delvers. It is one reason I write the novels I've written. Read more>>

   
         

Recent Amazon Reader Reviews:

Al reviewed The Corruptionist (Vincent Calvino Crime Novel Book 11)
I think this is the best of the Calvino series- April 3, 2017
I live in Thailand, and personally, I think this is the best of the Calvino series; in fact, I think Moore has transcended the detective genre in this work, as John Le Carre transcended the spy genre with the Smiley trilogy (and particularly "The Honourable Schoolboy" -- also set in Asia). If the reader is interested in learning about some of the subtle structure of Thai society and some of the traumas of Thailand's modern history as well as getting caught up in a good story line with 3-dimensional characters who ring true (and dialog incorporating not only mordant social commentary in the best noir tradition but also Thai proverbs) , this work can probably not be bettered.

Amzn Shopper reviewed Jumpers (Vincent Calvino Crime Novel Book 16)
Another excellent page-turner from Moore- March 29, 2017
If you like Moore's writing, this is another riviting story.

M.H. reviewed Jumpers (Vincent Calvino Crime Novel Book 16)
Immeresed in "Jumpers"- March 12, 2017
Vincent Calvino fans will become immersed in “Jumpers” and new readers will become Calvino junkies. Calvino, “Calvino’s Laws”, Colonel Pratt, Ratana, Ed McPhail, and a cast of new characters are wound together into another excellent Christopher G. Moore novel...

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Jumpers
A Vincent Calvino crime novel

 

The Great Unravelling: A Vincent Calvino Crime trilogy

 

Vincent Calvino's World
by Chad A. Evans

 
 
     
 

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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The Memory Manifesto, A Walking Meditation Through Cambodia will be released in July 2017. The memoir combines weaves in current scientific knowledge about memory, consciousness, subjectivity into recollections from 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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Missing In Rangoon     9 Gold Bullets     The Corruptionist      Paying Back Jack

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