Robert Pobi is an international bestselling novelist whose work has been published in more than fifteen countries.
Pobi spends the summer months at a cabin in the mountains and when the mercury falls he tends to drift toward the equator. He writes at a desk that once belonged to the enigmatic Italian banker, Roberto Calvi.
When he's not working, Pobi fishes for everything that swims – from great white sharks off Montauk to the monstrous pike of northern Finland. He collects early twentieth century American art, listens to a little too much Motorhead, and doesn't do Twitter. He also collects speeding tickets and really digs Rice Krispies treats. Some of his favorite authors are Peter Benchley, Jimmy Breslin, Michael Crichton, Richard Dawkins, Ernest Hemingway, Joe Hill, Greg Iles, Norman Mailer, Seth Morgan, David Morrell, Trevanian, and Andy Weir.
Bloodman - the international bestselling novel - has been published in Brazil, Canada, China, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, Italy, The Netherlands, South Korea, Spain, and the United States.
Mannheim Rex, a novel that one Hollywood agent described as 'completely out there', has been released in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Denmark - and will soon be published in France and Canada.
Harvest, Pobi's unique take on the detective novel, has been published as River of the Dead d in the United Kingdom and American Woman in the United States. It is slated for a September 2015 release date in France, under the title Les Innocents.
Deselected, a disquieting technothriller, is already contracted to Simon & Schuster in Canada, and Editions Sonatine in France. An American publisher will be announced in the coming weeks.
We hope to announce a movie deal - or possibly a television series - shortly.