Andrew Klavan, author of Empire of Lies, sits down with the Hoover Institution's Peter Robinson to discuss his book and the lies told by the liberal media.
Andrew Klavan (born 1954 in New York City) is an American author and screenwriter of "tough-guy" mysteries and psychological thrillers. Two of Klavan's books have been adapted into motion pictures - True Crime (1999) and Don't Say A Word (2001). He has been nominated for the Edgar Award four times and has won twice. Playwright and novelist Laurence Klavan is his brother.
Identifying himself as a political conservative, Klavan has expressed the view that "rightists" are the victims of discrimination in Hollywood.