Asian Fiction: The Art Of Finding One’s Favourite Author

You see the first novel was based in Hong Kong, but with the second novel I got the perfect novel location of Bangkok, Thailand. Yes, I expect you have guessed already as the second novel was called ”A Woman Of Bangkok ” by Jack Reynolds. Reading these books really did me no favours as firstly, I pined for more novels from Bangkok to get my teeth in to and secondly, I just plain old pined to get the hell out of England and return to Thailand. Continue reading Asian Fiction: The Art Of Finding One’s Favourite Author

Bangkok Noir Edited By Christopher G. Moore: A Walk On The Darker Side of Bangkok

Not only is Bangkok Noir short stories, but you have 12 different internationally known Thai and Western authors who each pen a story. Some of the authors I knew of and some I did not. The authors I did know produced the usual quality that they are renowned for. As for the authors I did not know, it left me wondering just what else I had missed as they were all excellent. The thing I loved the most about the book was the different writing styles of the authors. Continue reading Bangkok Noir Edited By Christopher G. Moore: A Walk On The Darker Side of Bangkok

Thailand And Asian Fiction

Are you looking for decent novels to read set in Thailand and other Asian locations? Then the search stops here in the form of authors Christopher G. Moore, J.F. Gump, Stephen Leather, Collin Piprell, Timothy Hallinan, Susan Fulop Kepner and links to many more. Some of the areas finest writers who have published some very fine novels and short stories over the years. Continue reading Thailand And Asian Fiction

Asian Fiction Update

Off to Thailand for a month, so will get to check out the latest top Asian fiction. Today looking at Waiting for the lady by Christopher G. Moore a further recommendation of the fantastic novel translated by Susan Fulop Kepner called Letters from Thailand. Also will be catching up with the work of Tim Hallinan, heard great things about him. See you in Thailand. Continue reading Asian Fiction Update