Jörgen Eijt (1972) writes books, blogs about politics, economy and history and works as a freelance digital transformer. He lives in Purmerend with his girlfriend and three kids. His writing style is known as cinematic and sustancial. Writing is daring to cut and 'easy reading is hard writing', as Hemingway once said.
His books are exciting and cover a range of themes such as freedom, love, death and responsibility. His latest book, an exciting spy thriller called Kelilah: deadly embrace, is about the Mossad and its mission to protect Israel at all times. The book is also being published in the US and Israel and is slated to be filmed.