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Gonzalo Lira with movie camera in 2005
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Gonzalo Lira is an author and economic commentator.
In 1997 Lira's book, Tomáh Errázurih, was published by Mondadori. In 1998, his novel, Counterparts, was published by Putnam. Lira was a story consultant in the 1999 video game Soldier of Fortune. The film rights to his novel, Acrobat, were sold to Miramax Films and film director Sydney Pollack in 2002.  Lira is a blog writer for the economic web sites Zero Hedge, Seeking Alpha, Naked Capitalism and Business Insider.
- Staff writer (April 25, 2011). "Confidence in U.S. Bonds Slipped Well before Threat of Downgrade". The Washington Times. Retrieved October 17, 2014.
- Lira, Gonzalo. "Tomáh Errázurih". Retrieved Oct 17, 2014.
- Mergendahl, Peter (February 1, 1998). "Murder Story Hits Close to Protagonist's Heart". Rocky Mountain News. Retrieved Oct 17, 1014 – via HighBeam. (subscription required (. ))
- "Soldier of Fortune - Manual - PC". Retrieved 30 September 2014.
- Rose, MJ (Jan 8, 2002). "Preview Copies Go Digital". Wired. Retrieved Oct 17, 2014.
- Staff writer (May 5, 2002). "An unstable ex-mercenary, a CIA Mod Squad, an unenlightened JAG lawyer and assorted baddies.". The Washington Post. Retrieved Oct 17, 2014 – via HighBeam. (subscription required (. ))