FrontPage Close-Up: Andrew Klavan, Part II

Welcome to FrontPage Close-Up with Jamie Glazov, a new video series of provocative interviews with the leading thinkers and newsmakers of our time.

Our guest today is Andrew Klavan, the author of such classic suspense novels as True Crime, filmed by Clint Eastwood, Don’t Say a Word, filmed starring Michael Douglas, and Empire of Lies. He’s been nominated for the Mystery Writers of America Edgar Award five times and has won it twice.  He is a contributing editor to City Journal and his essays and commentary have appeared in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Washington Post and elsewhere.  He also writes and appears in the bi-weekly satire video Klavan on the Culture for PJTV. His new adult thriller is The Identity Man.

Yesterday, we ran Part 1 of the interview.

See Part II of the interview below:

To see Part III, Click Here.

To see our first interview with a hero of our modern era — Philippe Karsenty, the French media analyst who exposed the Mohammed Al-Dura Fraud, Click Here.

And stay tuned for upcoming guests:

Radical-in-Chief author, Stanley Kurtz.
Courageous Muslim Reformer, Raheel Raza.
Leading scholar of Islam, Robert Spencer.

And many more. . . . . .

  • Dave

    Mr Klaven is wonderfullly wise

  • Dan

    Er, uh — WOW! Part 2 better than the first part. I loved the portion where Klavan opined that about 80% of us can agree on most things, but there is the 20% (of the Left) that at the edges makes sure that we don't (and push things that, over time, prove to don't work). Lot's of "money quotes" there.

    What to do? I'm going to watch it again!

  • Mo_

    Hm, as much as I enjoy Andrew, I wonder if he's read the Koran. If he had, then he wouldn't sound unsure about whether Islam teaches violence.

    It seems he hasn't, and that was disappointing.