audio book for Cold Hit now has a great
a look. The idea is to give a sense of the
book and the Bangkok setting. Much thanks to Sean
at Aquarium Studios for the production.
Henry put together the footage and Aquarium did
a fantastic job laying down the sound and editing
the video. Veteran VO actor Dan Russell brings
Vincent Calvino and Bangkok alive.
Penh Noir will be launched
on 30th November 2012. The launch is sponsored
by the Phnom Penh Post. As we have more details
on the venue and the time we will post that information.
We hope that you will be able to join us for the
celebration of an anthology that has brought together
some of the best international and emerging talent
in one volume. Phnom Penh Noir will be approximately
authors whose work will appear in Phnom Penh Noir
Roland Joffé, James Grady, John Burdett,
Christopher G. Moore, Kosal Khiev, Prabda Yoon,
Bopha Phorn, Giancarlo Narciso, Christopher West,
Richard Rubenstein, Suong Mak, Andrew Nette, Bob
Bergin, Neil Wilford and Christopher Minko. Here
is the Table
Lake Press is pleased to announce the publication
of The Open Gate of Mercy by Fr. Joe Maier,
a priest who has devoted more than forty years serving
the people in the Bangkok slums. If you live in
Thailand, you can order a copy of The Open Gate
If you live in outside of Thailand, you can order
Vincent Calvino Series
there’s a new book by Christopher G. Moore, the Bangkok-based
Canadian author, I’ll read that, particularly if it’s
a Calvino private eye one. His novels, set among louche
expatriates in a semi-criminal nocturnal demi-monde,
managed to put Bangkok into a context for me when I
was spending time in S.E. Asia. He leads you into hidden
establishments and constructs, some palatial, some mean
hovels in hidden side-streets, to which only a cat could
find its way and that by accident.” —Peter Stark,Quarterly Review
BANGKOK NOIR $15.95....here! Available
first ever noir anthology of Bangkok, twelve seasoned and
internationally known—Thai and Western—writers have come together
to make a powerful collection of crime fiction short stories
that portray the dark side of this Asian metropolis where
the lives of most citizens seem as far away from heaven as
its Thai name Krungthep is distant from its meaning—City of
copies for $39.95
by following authors; John Burdett, Christopher G. Moore,
Eric Stone, Stephen Leather, Colin Cotterill, Tew Bunnag,
Vasit Dejkunjorn, and Collin Piprell.
note that we (publisher) will try our best to have as many
authors' signatures as possible, if not all, on your Bangkok
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by Christopher G.
more than twenty years, Christopher G. Moore
has been writing about the history, culture
and politics of Southeast Asia, in particular
Thailand. The Cultural Detective
is a behind-the-scene view into Moore’s
9 Gold Bullets
Twelfth in the Vincent Calvino P.I. Series
by Christopher G.
priceless collection of 9 gold bullet coins
issued during the Reign of Rama V has gone
missing along with a Thai coin collector.
Local police find a link between the missing
Thai coins and Calvino's childhood friend...
by Christopher G.
Talk is a study of the emotional range
of the Thai language through the word ‘jai’
or heart in English. It provides a comprehensive
list of 900 jai phrases, neatly
organized for different situations....
up and hang out in the Thai erotic world.
Whether you are in love or seeking love
with a Thai …Or you are simply curious how
Thais think and talk about love and sex
… sextalk in your indispensable guide to
His Majesty’s Footsteps: A Personal Memoir
an intimate, powerful portrait of King Bhumibol
Adulyadej and the Thai royal family.
This is the first personal chronicle in
the English language detailing the life
and work of the revered Thai monarch during
the politically turbulent period of the
late1960s and the 1970s.