Ryan Murdock’s “A Sunny Place for Shady People”

by Jeremy Bassetti

Ryan Murdock joins me in today’s episode. We talk about his new book A Sunny Place for Shady People: How Malta Became One of the Most Curious and Corrupt Places in the World. The interview was actually an online event with Ryan’s publisher, Trinity University Press, that was recorded fairly late in the evening for Ryan. You can watch the event on their Facebook page and I assume they’ll post it on their YouTube channel in due course. 

Ryan is the host of the Personal Landscapes podcast, which you should definitely check out if you haven’t already.

Towards the end of the interview, I mention a discount code for Ryan’s book through Trinity University Press. Seek out that discount code if you’re interested in purchasing a copy.

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Last Updated on 26 April 2024 by Travel Writing World

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