Christopher G. Moore

Phone: 02 260 1600

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Address: Monterey Place 398/2, 7, 2nd FloorBangkokBangkok10110

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02 260 1600
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www.cgmoore.com
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Monterey Place 398/2, 7, 2nd Floor, Bangkok Bangkok, 10110

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Christopher G. Moore is a Canadian. His background is law (not law enforcement) but as in lawyer/law professor. He has lived in Thailand since 1988. He first started writing radio drama for the C.B.C. and then moved on to New York where his first novel His Lordships Arsenal was published in 1985. Christopher is the author of 20 novels, one collection of short stories and one non-fiction book. He is best known by his award-winning Vincent Calvino private eye series, which has been translated into a dozen languages. The third novel in the series, Zero Hour in Phnom Penh, won the German Critics Award for Crime Fiction (Deutscher Krimi Preis) for best international crime fiction in 2006 and the Premier Special Director's Award Semana Negra (Spain) in 2007. His novels have been translated into German, Japanese, Chinese, Norwegian, French, Portuguese, Spanish, Turkish, Italian, Hebrew and Thai.

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    Christopher G. Moore is a Canadian. His background is law (not law enforcement) but as in lawyer/law professor. He has lived in Thailand since 1988. He first started writing radio drama for the C.B.C. and then moved on to New York where his first novel His Lordships Arsenal was published in 1985. Christopher is the author of 20 novels, one collection of short stories and one non-fiction book. He is best known by his award-winning Vincent Calvino private eye series, which has been translated into a dozen languages. The third novel in the series, Zero Hour in Phnom Penh, won the German Critics Award for Crime Fiction (Deutscher Krimi Preis) for best international crime fiction in 2006 and the Premier Special Director's Award Semana Negra (Spain) in 2007. His novels have been translated into German, Japanese, Chinese, Norwegian, French, Portuguese, Spanish, Turkish, Italian, Hebrew and Thai.

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