My work as a document reviewer is now over. I learned that it is difficult to write while stuck in a chair reviewing documents for legal relevance eight hours a day. And it has been a hard couple of weeks getting back into the swing of things.
But now that I can say that is finished for a while, I can focus on writing. I am in a position to announce that come the end of November I intend to release War Crimes, the second Chris Hunter adventure.
War Crimes takes place in Cambodia and examines the reality of the Special Prosecutor for War Crimes in that country. There’s still plenty of action, don’t get me wrong, but there’s also the larger theme of the efficacy of a process which has largely proven a waste of money, time, and effort on the part of the UN.
In releasing this, I intend to give Kickback a week of free sales. Starting on Digital Monday, Kickback will be available for free download until the end of that week. And then out comes War Crimes. I’ll update you more on that later.
Otherwise, I am editing a book I’ve written set in Haiti under the junta that replaced Jean-Claude Duvalier and promptly acted to continue his actions of suppression and cruelty. But again, more on the later.
I’m also working on other projects that will be revealed in the fullness of times.
I’ll keep you posted.