Christopher G. Moore Updates: 1 August 2014

Dear Reader,

Another month rolls around—August and we are on the downward slope to the cool season and the tourists from overseas. Will they return in 2014? That is a question many are asking. My personal feeling is the hit to numbers won’t be much. In reality it is far too soon to make percentage predictions. There are simply to many unknown forces and events that might happen between now and November and change things.

This week in the news was the report of a Thai policeman who killed himself. I decided to examine the psychological issues that the police generally face such as suicide, depression, alcoholism, domestic violence etc. One question is the connection between this kind of dysfunctional behavior and low pay at the bottom ranks.

You can read the essay titled The High Cost of Badly Paid Cops.

A reminder for ebook readers that four titles in Calvino series: Spirit House, Asia Hand, The Risk of Infidelity Index, or Paying Back Jac.. Go to the first five readers who request one/Email me:

You might also have a friend, relative or colleague who you’d like to introduce to the Calvino novels, if so let me have that friends email and I’ll send along a free ebook of the book. Email me:

Have a good weekend and read a good book to upgrade to a great weekend.



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