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Bangkok Haunts by  John Burdett - Hardcover - 2007 - from Gulf Coast Books and Biblio.com

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Bangkok Haunts

by Burdett, John

Condition: New


Knopf. Hardcover. 0307263185 Ships from Tennessee, usually the same or next day. . New. 2007.

Sonchai Jitpleecheep, the devout Buddhist Royal Thai Police detective who led us through the best sellers Bangkok 8 and Bangkok Tattoo, returns in this blistering novel.Sonchai has seen virtually everything on his beat in Bangkok's District 8, but nothing like the snuff film he's just been sent anonymously. Furiously fast-paced and laced through with an erotic ghost story that gives a new dark twist to the life of our hero, Bangkok Haunts more than lives up to the smart and darkly funny originality of its predecessors.From the Trade Paperback edition.



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On Feb 19 2009, fict said:
  "Mildly entertaining story, although the turbid view of the inside world of the Thai sex-trade might have been a little more graphic than I would have liked."


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