What’s a repat to do during lockdown? Or an expat, or anybody for that matter? Here are some idea.
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Excerpts from Isabel Allende’s novel, “The House of the Spirits,” serve as an excellent look at what inspires socialists’ alleged “economic wars.”
Christopher Kavanagh, aka “The Mick” and subject of “Mad Outta Me Head,” will do a Reddit AMA interview on Friday. For those with questions after reading the book.
The case for why Spanish-style bullfighting is art, culture, drama, death and all that. Extracts from Ernest Hemingway’s “Death in the Afternoon.”
Book review and summary of Red Notice, in which American businessman Bill Browder takes on the Russian oligarchy in business and legal justice.
Highlights from a recent article by Richard McColl about Christopher Kavanagh, AKA “The Mick,” the subject of Mad Outta Me Head.
SUMMARY: My rant on an uninformed critique of one of my books, an admission of my own ignorance in the past, and a book list to help prospective expats be mindful.
Previewing the Expat Chronicles Podcast, including a free download of a chapter from the Mad Outta Me Head audiobook.
My review of 30 Days of Discipline by Victor Pride.
Announcing the publication of Mad Outta Me Head: Addiction and Underworld from Ireland to Colombia.
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Acknowledging the patrons of the work-in-progress, This Mick’s Life, a biography of Irish drug mule, Christopher Kavanagh.
This excerpt from Smuggler’s Diary features Kendall, a syringe, and a few grams of pure Colombian cocaine in a Cartagena motel room.