I was recently interviewed about the latest Bruno - The Patriarch or The Dying Season, depending on your location - by the Speaking of Mysteries podcast. If you're interested, you can listen to it by clicking here.
I have just learned that Handelsblad, Germany's leading financial newspaper, has short-listed my forthcoming novel of the future, Made in Germany, 2064, for its Business Book of the Year prize - along with Jo Stieglitz, Henry Kissinger, Elon Musk, and the brilliant Second Machine Age by Brynjolfsson and McAfee. This is the first time a novel has been considered for the prize.
The novel, to be published at the end of September, was inspired by the A T Kearney project 'Deutschland 2064.' I took part in the 18-month project as a long-standing director of A T Kearney's internal think tank, but was inspired as a novelist to present the research in literary form. Top German politicians, officials, business leaders and and academics were also closely involved in the study.