The American author, Nicolae (Nick) Klepper, was born in Romania. At the age of 12, he and his parents moved to America, where they settled in New York City.
As a former corporate executive, he worked and lived for many years in Europe, Africa, and the Middle East.
Nick’s first book, Taste of Romania: Its Cookery and Glimpses of Its History, Folklore, Art, Literature and Poetry, was written as a result of his lifelong interest in cookery and the desire to make his native country better known to the world led to. It was published by Hippocrene Books, New York, in 1997 in a hard cover format. A second edition was published in 1999, and a fourth printing of the expanded edition came out in 2008. The book has now been released in paperback.
Romania: an Illustrated History, his second book, was published by Hippocrene Books in 2002, and is in its third printing. It is also being published in China.
The Geneva Affair, Nick’s third book, a gripping psychological suspense novel, was published by Haret Books, Edinburgh, Scotland as a paperback in 2011.
Letters From A Bygone World – A Travel Memoir, was published in 2013 by Haret Books, Edinburgh, Scotland. It is the true story of a young American couple, who decides to quit their jobs, sell their house and car, and circle the globe by sea, on land, and in the air.
Nick resides in Edinburgh, Scotland with his Scottish wife, Ann. He has three sons, one daughter, and four grandchildren, living in different parts of the world.
He is a member of the Society of Authors