The Author: Vizinczey grew up in Hungary’s National Theatre and was the country’s youngest playwright, which is perhaps why his novels are a series of dramatic scenes.
He fought in the defeated Hungarian revolution and escaped to the West knowing about fifty words in English. He learned the language writing film scripts. He became famous by publishing his first novel, In Praise of Older Women, which became an international bestseller, as did An Innocent Millionaire. He returns to self-publishing with If Only.