Its an account of the US around 1915 by a visiting asiatic person. It gives details about life in the US at that time and marvels at the results of democracy and a moral people. A sharp counterpoint to what we have now become.
Rob Sinclair promised his wife that he could pen a “can’t-put-it-down thriller” and, three books later, he is still doing it. Today he talks to us about keeping his books fresh in a genre known for its tropes, the key to writing good action scenes and which actor could best fill the shoes of Carl Logan.