Christopher Leibig is a novelist and criminal defense lawyer who lives and works in Alexandria, Virginia. His first two published books, Saving Saddam (a 2008 novel about the trial of Saddam Hussein) and Montanamo (a 2010 novel about Guantanamo Bay detainees being housed in a small Montana town’s prison) were published by Artnik Books in London. Saving Saddam was re-released in 2014 under its original American title, The Black Rabbit…
“The verdict is in – Attorney Christopher Leibig offers a legal thriller for the ages. Realistic yet unpredictable, with a clever metaphysical twist, Almost Mortal is a thrilling roller coaster ride!”Robert Dugoni, #1 Amazon, New York Times and Wall Street Journal Best Selling Author of My Sister’s Grave
“When Almost Mortal’s cynical, brilliant but big-hearted public defender offers to take on a legal conundrum worthy of a John Grisham thriller, he uncovers surprising details about his own past and is confronted with a mystery reminiscent of the magical realism of a Gabriel García Márquez tale. A page-turner that you’ll probably want to read twice.”Patricia McArdle, author of Amazon's award-winning novel, Farishta.
“After narrating five of his books, Chris Leibig has become one of my favorite authors. They’re smart, entertaining, engrossing and addictive. His latest, ALMOST MORTAL, is the jewel in his crown and lives up to all these adjectives. Needless to say, I recommend it highly.”Steve Carlson, Audible audiobook narrator, actor and author of Heaven, Almost Graceland, Final Exposure