My latest novel, Some Unfinished Business has been published by Cormorant Books in February of 2023. I am very pleased indeed.
I received a wonderfully supportive description of the work in the introduction to an interview I did with Open Book.
Some Unfinished Business is a novel based on historical events that tell the story of a rhyming assassin, underground resistance, and precarious love in the Soviet Union of the postwar era.
Here is a link to my most recent audio book review on Shelagh Rogers’s CBC Radio 1 show, The Next Chapter. I have reviewed Marius Kociejowski before, and I thought I’d had enough, but this erudite bookseller with a love for culture has an eye for eccentrics who are more interesting than the mainstream.
A Chinese translation of Woman in Bronze, originally published in 2011, has just appeared .
I was in Europe for much of the spring and summer of 2022. I had a few literary readings in Lithuania and in May I toured the translation of Buying on Time in Italy, translated as Tempus Fugit. Here is a link to some of the events.
I have just signed with the wonderful Italian house that did Tempus Fugit, Del Vecchio Editore, in order to have them bring out a translation of Underground in 2023.
And now I’m just back from Lithuania this fall where I signed a contract for both a TV serial and a film based on my last novel, Provisionally Yours. I’ll report details in a littttle while.
And in the meantime, here is a nice Lithuanian language profile of me that just ran on LRT TV. I’m on at about minute 2:20 and you may need to turn on sound.