Category Archives: Ghost Money

Book review: The Cambodian Book of the Dead

I’ve been meaning to read Tom Vator’s debut novel, The Cambodian Book of the Dead for a while now. I’m glad I finally got around to doing the task, because it’s one hell of a ride. Amusing, horrifying, at times … Continue reading

Ghost Money makes long list for Ned Kelly crime writing awards

The long lists for the 2013 Ned Kelly awards for Australian crime writing have been released. My novel, Ghost Money, has made the long list for best First Fiction, along with a number of other excellent books. Ghost Money continues … Continue reading

The only Ghost Money I want to read about

There’s been a hell of a lot of talk about Ghost Money over the last few weeks. My Google Alerts have been running hot with mention of it. Unfortunately, they are not referring to my gritty crime thriller set in … Continue reading

Ghost Money now available in print

Ghost Money, my crime novel set in nineties Cambodia, is now available in print. Since Ghost Money came out as an e-book at the end of October last year a number of you have been asking when it will be … Continue reading

Fact and fiction in criminal case file 002

Late last week Ieng Sary aka criminal case file 002, former foreign minister for the charnel house known as the Khmer Rouge regime, died in Phnom Penh at the age of eighty seven. One of five senior members of the … Continue reading