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Sam Wiebe

award-winning writer of LAST OF THE INDEPENDENTS  AND INVISIBLE DEAD

Kamloops Postponement, Audiobook, and more...

October 30, 2017

Invisible Dead is now available as an audiobook from Blackstone Audio, read by Law and Order alumnus Donald Corren. Here's a link to the CD and MP3 versions on Amazon.

Unfortunately I've had to postpone my involvement in the Kamloops Writers Fest, due to--well, civic duty (I'll be able to say more later). Thanks to Lindsay and the other organizers, and Peter at the Kamloops Chapters, who have both been extremely accommodating with these unforeseen circumstances. I'm hoping to line up make-up events in the Spring. 

I'd never read John Le Carre's The Spy Who Came in From the Cold until last week, and damn. It's a great book, a spy thriller with a touch of noir--nasty, brutish and short. I'm reading his new one now, A Legacy of Spies, which deals with the offspring of some of the characters in Spy. It's also really good. Looking forward to reading Zero Avenue, Dietrich Kalteis's new novel about Vancouver punk musicians in the 70s--I'm saving it for the right moment.

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