The Lisbon Portfolio. The Novel.


Join Henry White, experienced corporate photographer, as he gets dragged into a web of corporate espionage, treason and murder while covering the quintessential American business conference abroad in Lisbon, Portugal. This action/adventure/photography-based first novel from Kirk Tuck is 472 pages of excitement. Read about weaponizing a Leica range finder camera. Follow along as Henry White converts an electronic flash into a life saving medical instrument. Will he survive his assignment? Will he deliver the images? Will he save the U.S. government from embarrassment?

The story takes place in 1999, just on the cusp of the transition from traditional film based photography to digital. Henry straddles both worlds. 

The book is quickly racking up a huge percentage of five star reviews. The paperback version is coming soon. Don't miss out on the action book of the summer. Hand crafted for ardent photographers.  The Kindle version is available right now! Support the Visual Science Lab. Support Kirk's next novel! Read the hot photo book of the year!



4 comments:

Antonio Ramirez said...

Just a brief note to let you know that I finished "The Lisbon Portfolio" this weekend. A very thrilling and enjoyable read. The photography details were a nice touch.

Congratulations and thank you!

Doug said...

have to say , well written , good story and yes the photography details add to it, make the character easy to identify with.
More ?

Kirk Tuck said...

Doug and Antonio, Belated Thanks!

Ivan Muller said...

hi Kirk, I finished your book recently and it left me with quite a sense of deja vu...I have been trying to make a living from photography for the last 30 years or so and I could identify with many of your heroes feelings and predicaments. I was a rather late entry into digital, as I am with many things so I could not really identify with those first digital camerasand I have also never been able to 'get into' the Leica M system although it was not for lack of trying. But the cherry on top for me was the fact that Henry also wore a Fortis watch..the little details in your book was uncannily familiar and enjoyable to a fellow photographer...thanks for writing this book!