Robert Curtis


Robert Curtis is a former attorney who, in the course of his career, taught law as well as working with various intelligence and security services and large international commercial enterprises. His work gave him a unique insight both into the world of international business and banking and the operations of security services.
Robert travels extensively both by air and by road from his bases in New York and Europe, gathering material for his writing.
Robert has an abiding interest in martial arts which he practiced internationally and taught for many years, having had such eminent instructors as Mitsusuke Harada (Karate), Kenshiro Abbe (Judo & Aikido) and Kazuo Chiba (Aikido) as well as a pupil of Yukio Tani who, in turn, was a pupil of Jigoro Kano, the founder of modern Judo. In addition to fast cars and martial arts Robert enjoys clay pigeon and pistol shooting as well as climbing and paragliding.

Smashwords Interview

When you're not writing, how do you spend your time?
My dog spends most of my time for me making me take him out or to visit his friends. He is a Husky and sometimes,in winter he goes out with other dogs pulling a sled. Occasionally he is considerate enough to ask me to come along and ride on the sled. Otherwise when he is out sledding I try to get in a little skiing.
In the spring and summer I also manage to get away from time to time to go clay pigeon or pistol shooting as well as some occasional paragliding.
How do you discover the ebooks you read?
I do not read ebooks. Personally I prefer the physical versions. I am old fashioned enough to like to see and feel books in my hand.
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Death Tunnel
Price: $6.99 USD. Words: 199,420. Language: English. Published: April 28, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Action & suspense, Fiction » Mystery & detective » Hard-Boiled
A beloved member of the British Royal family dies in an accident and the whole world mourns. But was it an accident? Narrated from an aging assassin's point of view this book fuses fact with fiction to describe how an assassination can be dressed up to look like an accident. The action is non-stop with bodies piling up to conceal the conspiracy of the century.

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