Matthew Richter, of In Sheep’s Clothing and An Eye For An Eye, was interviewed by The Literary Nook.
The Litarary Nook: “Thank you so for this interview, Matthew Richter. Now that the book has been written, do you feel you were fairly portrayed or would you like to set anything straight with your readers?”
Richter: “I think the Matthew Richter that you see in An Eye For An Eye, especially after I meet Patty, is a more complete picture of who I am. In In Sheep’s Clothing, readers only saw one side of me—a man reeling from failure yet still focused on doing his job and protecting the president at all costs, even when those costs are personally devastating. That was a difficult period in my life and I felt like a ship with neither a captain nor a rudder, unsure where I was going or how to get there. The only thing I knew is that nothing would ever be the same again. But Patty helped me see past that. She helped me see that there was more to life than the next mission, that there was little happiness to be found hiding behind a gun.”