Geza Tatrallyay

Geza escaped from Hungary with his family during the Revolution in 1956, immigrating to Canada. He grew up in Toronto, where he attended the University of Toronto Schools, and has degrees from Harvard and Oxford Universities (this as a Rhodes Scholar) and the London School of Economics. He worked in the Ontario Pavilion at the world’s fair, Expo 70, in Osaka, Japan, and represented Canada as an epée fencer in the 1976 Olympic Games in Montreal.

Geza Tatrallyay has worked in government, international organizations, finance, and environmental entrepreneurship. Since retiring in 2004, he has devoted himself to writing and now has eight books published, including the Twisted trilogy of international crime thrillers, two memoirs, and two collections of poetry. His poetry and articles have been published in journals in Canada and the USA.

Mr. Tatrallyay is married with two children, and when not travelling, divides his time between Barnard, Vermont, and San Francisco.

Book Reviews by Geza Tatrallyay

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Shell is set in the Australia of the mid-1960s, the Vietnam war era, the time the revolutionary Sydney Opera House was under construction in Sydney harbor.

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Joseph Olshan succeeds in crafting an enthralling mystery set in snowy Vermont, at the center of which is the disappearance during winter break of Luc Flanders, a student at Carleton College (reall

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Mine is a hybrid between a legal thriller and a romance novel set in modern day England.