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..

Peter Dennis reviewed Jumpers (Vincent Calvino Crime Novel Book 16)
Calvino operating again in the cauldron of the Thai enigma - December 9, 2016
I greatly enjoyed Jumpers. By finishing it in a day and a bit I thought that evidence of its appeal as an engrossing page turner.

Steadily moving but intense. Calvino is operating again in the cauldron of the Thai enigma, where Moore provides a cultural education with his elegantly crafted incites leading into a world below the surface, that only a hard bitten "farang" with Calvino's persistently penetrating skills can operate in, survive where others don't and ultimately succeed.

Bruce Aston reviewed The Corruptionist (Vincent Calvino Crime Novel Book 11)
Another very good tale from Christopher G Moore - December 2, 2015
Holds your interest well. Twists and turns in the plot keep you guessing.This one is rather different to the others and has some somewhat bizarre events. Always interesting characters in the Vincent Calvino novels. A good read.

Jimbo reviewed Christopher G. Moore Non-fiction Bundle: The Cultural Detective / Faking It in Bangkok / Fear and Loathing in Bangkok
Christopher G. Moore - Much More Than Fiction - November 7, 2015
Christopher again hits the nail on the head. His insight to all things Thai is right on. Found this 'Bundle' very interesting & informative. Very educational as well.

andy marshall reviewed The Testimony of Aliens
Stick to Vinny - November 4, 2015
Self righteous rubbish.

Barry L Felkner reviewed Crackdown (Vincent Calvino Crime Novel Book 15)
Five Stars - October 9, 2015
One of his best

Amazon Customer "Bike Rider" reviewed Crackdown (Vincent Calvino Crime Novel Book 15)
Four Stars - September 8, 2015
I live in Bangkok and Moore depicts life since the coup and the Thai culture extremely well!!

Gi Won Post reviewed Spirit House: A Vincent Calvino Crime Novel (Vincent Calvino Novel)
I liked the integrity of Vincent and Pratt, but too gruesome for my stomach. I knew places in Bangkok since I lived BKK a long- September 5, 2015
Well written book for the sake of integrity and loyalty, but too gruesome at times. It was fun to remember places of BKK I knew, but never have been exposed to night life. Even as a fiction it was eye opening that might exists in BKK. Enjoyed!!!

Dharma Bum reviewed God of Darkness
Christopher G. Moore is the real deal - August 21, 2015
Aside from writing some very good crime novels, Christopher G. Moore shows some real insight into interpersonal relationships, power, family, loyalty and, strangely, the disciplined schedule of a masturbating monkey. It's astounding that this is one of his very early works. He only gets better over time.

HRS reviewed Crackdown (Vincent Calvino Crime Novel Book 15)
Another great Vincent Calvino novel! - August 13, 2015
I eagerly wait for new Vincent Calvino books. This one did not disappoint. I particularly enjoy the way history and contemporary culture are linked in telling an exciting story that reveals so much about Thailand.

jimbo reviewed The Marriage Tree (Vincent Calvino Crime Novel Book 14)
Vincent Calvino does it again. - August 9, 2015
One of his best Calvino books. Never knew what was going to happen next. Well thought out & executed.

Aztravelers reviewed Crackdown (Vincent Calvino Crime Novel Book 15)
Up to date thriller - August 9, 2015
This may be the best Calvino yet. Thoroughly up to date and current in today's Bangkok, as well as the connected, social media world. Grounded with familiar characters, who continue to grow and change, and enhanced with complex new ones, it gives one real feeling of what it is like to live in the world of the Junta. The Pratt/Calvino dynamic will surprise readers familiar with the series and one has to wonder what's in store... Read More

Robert E. Russell reviewed Asia Hand (Vincent Calvino Crime Novel Book 2)
Great reads for the lover of far east fiction - August 8, 2015
Second book in the Vinny Calvino series...Buy it and the rest. Always waiting for the next one to come out. Also, get the Smiles trilogy. Great reads for the lover of far east fiction.




Latest Releases


Calvino investigates the death of a friend, a Canadian painter. The medical examiner finds the young man has ingested an exit drug, and the police verdict of suicide seems justified. But in Bangkok appearances have a habit of deceiving. Sometimes jumpers are given a leg up in their leap to the next life. Fingering the helper can be a risky business, and for Calvino this promises to be one of those times. More>>

The Age of Dis-ConsentThe Age of Dis-Consent

In the follow up to The Cultural Detective, Faking It in Bangkok, and Fear and Loathing in Bangkok, Moore pays caring and critical homage to his residence of choice by diagnosing some of Thailand’s discontents and offering subtle remedies for readers to tease out.

The essays range from political conflict to violence and criminal investigations in the digital age, to cultural upheavals, cognitive science and writing, including essays about Orwell, Kafka, and Henry Miller. More>>


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