Episode 108: Christopher Bollen on Crafting a Thriller & the Summer Antics of the Ultra-Rich

Listen to Christopher Bollen on the pod here.

I’m so excited for this week because I’ve wanted to interview Chris Bollen ever since her was my boss at Interview Magazine where her was editor-in-chief for many years.

This is how I described his new book in Esquire

Ever wanted to fall into a wealthy friend’s life because it would simply solve everything? In this Talented MrRipley-esque thriller, you’ll get transported to the remote and dazzling Greek island of Patmos where Europe’s glitzy jet set cavort all summer long. When Ian Bledsoe flees New York after the death of his father, he reunites with his childhood best friend Charlie Konstantinou—who, Ian hopes, has riches to spare. Like most things that seem too good to be true, however, there ends up being a sinister twist that shatters his escapist fantasies.

This interview is such a fun one, and perfect to get you in the mood for summer.

xoxo Angie

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