(NEWS CENTER) -- Portland-based author and Bowdoin professor Brock Clarke sat down with Caroline Cornish to discuss his new novel titled, "The Happiest People in the World."
Clarke describes his latest novel as part spy thriller, part dark comedy. It was inspired by real-life events that happened in 2005.
Clarke recently stopped by the 207 studios to tell us about his real life experience that inspired the book -- and why he says, he doesn't usually like happy people.
And you can find "The Happiest People in the World" in bookstores now. It's also available for purchase on Amazon.
There's more information about Clarke and his other novels on his website: brockclarke.com.