Author & Screenwriter

Harm's Way

An International Thriller
Releases August 16, 2019

Author of seven books is a lover of the outdoors and enjoys canoeing, skiing and traveling. Among other things. He’s lived at various times in the Dordogne in France where his book Harvest is based. He began writing when taking a year off between high school and university to work on a small city daily. First job? Writing obituaries. With his formal education behind him, he tackled reporting for a larger daily; everything from the police beat to the monthly meeting of the library board.

What Clarke enjoyed was writing features about life, real people in and around the city. This in turn took him to a national weekly magazine in Montreal. When a writer in the adjoining cubicle actually published a book, it struck him that if Trent could do it, why not Wallace? Travel is important to him, researching firsthand in such diverse locations as a morgue in Washington D.C.; skiing down the Mer de Glace glacier, Mont Blanc. Time spent in a penitentiary working up material for a film, The Morning Man, (Un Matin, Une Vie). I pitched it this way: A guy breaks out of prison, giving himself a year to go straight. It worked, finally.

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THOSE WERE THE DAYS

Looking back, some of my happiest moments were living in France. I spent a year in the Dordogne region of southern France working on my s...

ENOUGH TO BRING ON TEARS

You’ve seen or read how public protests in the United States get out of control when the proverbial whatever hits the fan. In come the pl...
IN THE PRESS

"Clarke Wallace wrote the novel, Empire Inc., from a TV mini-series. The book not only had favorable reviews, it sold briskly in the French translation. Seal Books has 40,000 copies in the English edition, and has gone back to press for another 15,000."

Empire Inc.

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