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Tom Vater

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Talking about writing at My Book Place

I was interviewed at My Book Place a while ago about all things bookish…. What is your favorite book of all time? Hard to say, so many – Geek Love by Katherine Dunn, the Chandler novels, Treasure Island by Stevenson, Burmese Days by George Orwell, The Quiet American by Graham Greene, Killing Mr Watson by […]

Book Review: Cambodia´s Curse by Joel Brinkley – An American Writer’s Quagmire

Joel Brinkley’s book Cambodia’s Curse – The Modern History of a Troubled Land is the first book to examine the venality of Cambodia’s current government. Ever since Vietnamese withdrawal (Vietnam liberated the country from the genocidal yoke of the Khmer Rouge in 1979) in 1989, Prime Minister Hun Sen and an assortment of allied and […]

(Deutsch) In heiligen Höhen – Rezensionen bei Amazon

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My Amazon Online Store

You can now buy some of my book titles via a new Amazon feature on my website (www.tomvater.com).              There’s a new link to press, right at the top of the left sidebar, the so-called Amazon Store. Unfortunately, not all my titles can be found there, but it’s a start.

In Sacred Heights – Tom Vater’s new book to the cradle of the Ganges

I traveled to the source of the Ganges, India’s holiest river, accompanying my wife Aroon Thaewchatturat on a photography assignment, and wrote a book on the characters we met along the way, including Indian writers Ruskin Bond, Bill Aitken and Ganesh Saili. I wrote most of the book in a cottage in Landour, a village […]

Tom Vater’s Beyond the Pancake Trench published by Orchid Press

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