Author Otho Eskin


“Raising Children in East Berlin” article in The Foreign Service Journal

“I Was a US Embassy Officer in Syria—That Kid Still Haunts Me” article in Newsweek

Firetrap is an Amazon Editors’ Pick for Best Mystery, Thriller & Suspense

WATCH NOW: Otho Eskin Talks Thrillers, Big Pharma & Firetrap With Jon Land

Watch the Mysterious Bookshop event with Otho and author Amy Pease

“How a Great Editor Changed My Manuscript and My Life” article in CrimeReads

“The Best is Yet To Come” article in the Washington Independent Review of Books

Featured on Jungle Red Writers: Seeing Double

Guest post on Rogue Women Writers: Otho Eskin goes Rogue

Book Q&A with Deborah Kalb

Otho in Shoutout Colorado: “Meet Otho Eskin | Playwright and Writer”

The Head Shot paperback is now available!

Perfect for your book club! If you’d like Otho to ZOOM in when your group meets,
send an email and we’ll make it happen!

Head Shot audiobook now available!

Read Otho’s essay: My Biggest Fans Call Me “Pop”

Signed First Edition copies of Head Shot available exclusively at The Mysterious Bookshop (shipped worldwide).

It’s a Fandom Thing discusses Otho’s latest novel, talks about what inspires Otho, what makes Marko Zorn unique, and much more!

Otho interviewed about Head Shot by author Jon Land on Facebook Live

New Publishers Weekly and BookTrib reviews for Head Shot!

Otho in Crime Reads: “How a Career in the Foreign Service Prepared Me to Write Thrillers”

Head Shot Book Club questions now available!

Otho featured on the Rogue Women Writers Blog

Reflecting Pool Book Club questions now available!

At 85 I Published My First Crime Thriller—Otho’s essay published in Newsweek

Otho was interviewed on the Charlotte Readers Podcast

Deadly Pleasures Mystery Magazine picked The Reflecting Pool as one of two favorites of 2020!

Marko and Me—Otho reflects on his character on the Jungle Red blog

My City of Crime—Real and Imagined on CrimeReads

Otho interviewed by author Jon Land on Facebook Live

Otho participated in the following International Thriller Writers Roundtables:

Which determines character behavior the most—cultural background, education, or wealth?

Entertainment? Escapism? Provoke thought? What is the primary job of a thriller?

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