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Barry, his publisher, his agent
You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Some questions are answered in the FAQ, so please scan that first. You can also find me on Twitter and Facebook. To receive general announcements, there's also the newsletter.
For press and publicity requests, please contact Leah Johanson at Simon & Schuster (or by
For social media, booksellers, libraries, and partnership opportunities, please contact Ebony LaDelle at Simon & Schuster (or by phone: 212-698-7399).
For UK & foreign rights contact Marie Florio at Simon & Schuster
For Asian sales, please contact Sy Sung at Simon & Schuster
For all other inquires, including film and other rights, please contact my agent,
Robert Gottlieb at Trident Media Group
The author photographs were all taken by Ben Simmons, a professional photographer of long standing, based near Tokyo. Simmons' work encompasses photographs for magazines, books, calendars, photo-essays, original prints, and more. Samples of his photographs and books can be found on his website.
To download a high-resolution jpg suitable for both print and online media, click the thumbnail image to get a larger version, then right mouse click and choose the "Save As..." option (PC) or press the Control key and choose "Save Image As..." (Mac).
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GENERAL BIO (for full-length bio go here)
Barry Lancet is the author of the international mystery-thriller series featuring Jim Brodie. Japantown, the first book, won the Barry Award for "Best First Mystery Novel" and was chosen as a "Best Debut of the Year" by Suspense Magazine and mystery critic Oline Cogdill. His second book, Tokyo Kill, was a finalist for a Shamus Award for "Best P.I. Novel of the Year" and was selected as a must-read for Asian leaders by Forbes magazine. An American expat from California, Lancet has lived in Tokyo for more than twenty-five years, though he makes frequent trips to the U.S. His access to the inner circles in traditional and other areas of Japan informs his writing. The third and fourth entries in the series are Pacific Burn and The Spy Across the Table. A movie or TV series based on the books is currently under discussion.
For more information, please look for Barry on Facebook and Twitter (@barrylancet).