His latest novel is Castro's Daughter.
Recently I asked Hagberg what he was reading. His reply:
My time over the past few years has never entirely been my own. Writers read, of course and one of the up sides is that I get a whole bunch of ARCs from publishers looking for blurbs—so I get a lot of brand new books many of which are quite good.Visit David Hagberg's website.
I don’t watch TV at night. I go to bed at seven and shut out the lights to go to sleep at ten, which (in my anal way) gives me five half hour reading segments. The problem is that I want to know everything and I’m running out of time.7:00-7:30 Spanish grammar or piano practice, depending on my mood. 7:30-8:00 I’m on volume two— of Will Durant’s Story of Civilization. 8:00-8:30 an ARC or if I have none then some science mostly physics and astrophysics—lots of really neat things are happening just now—including the discovery of the Higgs boson. 8:30-9:00, some real life adventure—just now Roald Amundsen’s trip to the South Pole. Then 9:30-10:00 pure entertainment. Just lately Patrick O’Brian’s Master and Commander series. Weekends of course are for catching up with The New York Times, Scientific American, Jane's Defence Weekly—etc. I really do want to know everything, and I’m really running out of time!
Writers Read: David Hagberg (July 2011).
My Book, The Movie: Abyss.
The Page 69 Test: Abyss.
The Page 69 Test: Castro's Daughter.