Christopher G. Moore Updates: 13 November 2015

Dear Friends,

You’ve taken many fun rides with Vinnie Calvino. In this holiday season, why not take your favorite friends on the adventures you have enjoyed?

My publisher is offering a special promotion for Vinnie’s fans. Only US$7.95 per copy (Baht 285 or roughly half off the Baht 595 the retail price in Thailand).

Why not order a copy for your friends you’ve been meaning to introduce to the Calvino series? The offer applies to any Vincent Calvino novel and for Chad Evans’ Vincent Calvino’s World.

Make a Vinny Calvino book a special holiday gift, with a 2015 season’s greetings card to your friend(s) below. Order here.

Free shipping for address inside Thailand (US$10 for international shipping per book). Every Calvino novel ordered in this special holiday promotion will have my autograph.

On Sunday 15 November from 6-9pm. I will host an inaugural meetup featuring Peter Rozovsky the man behind Detective Beyond Borders. Peter is a well-known Crime & Fiction critic whose blog is read internationally.

Join me in a relaxed and informal atmosphere to hear about trends in international Noir hardboiled mystery novels and how the community of writers in South East Asia fit into this genre. This will be a chance to join others who share similar interests and to meet locally based Crime and Fiction Authors, ask questions and otherwise enjoy yourselves. The event will follow on from the popular Sunday afternoon Jazz Jam at Checkinn99.

I hope to see you on Sunday.



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