John Lathrop Audio Books

John Lathrop Audio Books

John Lathrop Audio Books

John Lathrop has been an expatriate for much of his life. Born in Michigan, as a child his family moved to Australia for three years. Following a four-year enlistment in the Air Force, he attended university in Los Angeles, then spent time in the southern Philippines in the US Peace Corps. This was followed by almost fifteen years in the Middle East, primarily Saudi Arabia. Usually involved in training operations, he worked for government ministries, military contractors, government-owned industry, and private business. He now calls Calgary, Canada, home. The expatriate life and foreign environments form the settings of Lathrop’s work. His themes and characters are contemporary. The Desert Contract is his first novel.

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