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Contents • New Releases • Fiction

Literary/Commercial Short Stories The Land of Smiles Trilogy The Vincent Calvino P.I. series

• Non-Fiction

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Essays Political/Social Thai Culture/Language

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• Authors

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Bangkok Noir

John Burdett, Stephen Leather, Pico Iyer, Colin Cotterill, Christopher G. Moore, Tew Bunnag, Timothy Hallinan, Alex Kerr, Dean Barrett, Vasit Dejkunjorn, Eric Stone, Collin Piprell 978-616-7503-04-2 Published: 2011, Paperback, 289 pages

Baht459 / USD13.95 ......................................................Read more (P.10)

The Cultural Detective Christopher G. Moore 978-616-90393-8-9 Published: 2011, Paperback, 224 pages Baht350 / USD9.95

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9 Gold Bullets

Twelfth in the Vincent Calvino P.I. series

Christopher G. Moore

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978-616-90393-7-2 Published: 2010, Paperback, 365 pages


Literary/Commercial

Diary of a Thai Escort Stephen Leather

Am I a bad girl? Today I slept with a man for money for the first time. He was an American called David and he was thirty-five years old, exactly ten years older than me. Am I a bad girl? I don’t think so. I just want to do what is best for my parents and my son... Praise 978-974-13-7948-4 Baht395 / USD9.95 Published: 2008 Mass Paperback 277 pages Other Editions: E-book • Kindle • Mobipocket

“In this high risk game where gangsters deal out women for money, power and drugs, the escort usually ends up holding a losing hand. Moving and compelling.” —Christopher G. Moore, author of A Killing Smile “Diary of A Thai Escort reveals a fascinating and seldom seen world inside a London escort agency. A vividly written, engrossing read.” —Dean Barrett, author of Memoirs of a Bangkok Warrior

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“A naïve Thai sex worker’s poignant coming-of-age story, as she comes to grips with Western decadence in London. Tragically heartfelt and filled with wry humour ... immensely readable and highly provocative for all the right reasons.” —Gerrie Lim, author of Invisible Trade and In Lust We Trust

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Literary/Commercial

Bangkok A Go Go John Hail

974-91588-3-0 Baht395 / USD12.95 Published: 2003 Paperback 313 pages

The novel starts in a Bangkok bar but soon the reader is transported to the key times and places of Thailand’s turbulent political history and to the jungle camps of Thai communist guerrillas and Cambodian rebels. Set in the 1970s and ‘80s, Bangkok A-go-Go presents a unique vision of the political struggles that shaped Thailand’s recent history. Bangkok Ago-Go is written from an insider’s knowledge of these events. The author is one of the best known members of the Bangkok foreign correspondent community, a 25-year member and two-time board member of the Foreign Correspondents Club of Thailand. Hail, an American from California, has reported major events from Asia since 1976. He served as Bureau Chief for UPI and DPA, covering coups and earthquakes in Thailand, Indonesia, the Philippines and elsewhere in the region. Bangkok A-go-Go, a novel by John Hail, published by Heaven Lake Press, described in a rave review by the Pattaya Mail “...as one helluva book.”

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Literary/Commercial

Gambling on Magic Christopher G. Moore

974-92942-5-4 Baht495 / USD13.95 Published: 2005 Trade Paperback 320 pages Other Editions: E-book • Kindle • Mobipocket

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Gambling on Magic is set in Bangkok where life is more than good for Joey Balfour, ex-patriot gambling king, former TV personality, and the current owner of the mysterious and exotic Feng Shui Flower Shop in downtown Bangkok. Then ex-chief of security arrives in Bangkok to reopen an old unsolved Las Vegas casino theft. The thief has disappeared in Thailand and the conventional wisdom has it that Balfour holds the key to tracking him down. Caught in a web of deception and betrayal, Balfour discovers that other forces–more sinister and deadly–are slowly entangling him. The stakes are high, the odds are long, and for his greatest gamble, Balfour bets his own life on winning. Set in the steamy, erotic underworld of Bangkok, Gambling On Magic is a thinking person’s thriller and a brilliant literary portrait of contemporary life inside Southeast Asia’s most famous city. The rogue’s gallery of whacky, wonderful, and original characters will stick with you long after you finish this page-turner. Praise “Moore’s most mature work.” —The Bangkok Post

Fiction

“[Moore’s] attention to detail that gives his writing the believable immediacy, which in turn keeps you turning pages. And turn pages you will. This is another of those books that will hold your attention right to the last page. An excellent read.” —Pattaya Mail “Moore is a religious student of human nature and it shows.” —Thai Day

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Literary/Commercial

Waiting for the Lady Christopher G. Moore

Sloan Wolcott, an American expat in Bangkok, a parttime art dealer and smuggler and a full-time rogue, comes into possession of a camera belonging to a Japanese newspaper reporter killed in a suspicious car crash. Inside the camera, he finds several images of the Lady, Aung San Suu Kyi, one of her riding in an automobile with a bullet hole in the rear window and one lone picture of a mysterious, seductive young woman with a singular tattoo. 974-92186-1-2 Baht495 / USD13.95 Published: 2004 Trade Paperback 319 pages Other Editions: E-book • Kindle • Mobipocket

Praise “Compelling story lines . . . that come together in a gripping climax.” —Newsweek “Ambitious and sadly beautiful book.” —January Magazine “Amusing and illuminating . . . a narrative whose authenticity is never in doubt, where global historical realities are seamlessly knit together with a strong, unpretentious yarn.” —Books in Canada

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“In addition to creating a convincing, entertaining narrator, Sloan, and a story that engages the past and its images on several levels, Moore crafts a tragic Myanmar landscape, mixing in-depth knowledge of the place and its history with a compelling tale populated with characters anyone would be glad to have as travel companions.” —Asia Times (Online)

Fiction

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Literary/Commercial

God of Darkness

Christopher G. Moore

974-92281-7-0 Baht495 / USD13.95 Published: 2004 Trade Paperback 320 pages Other Editions: E-book • Kindle • Mobipocket

Praise “The stories of other writers—locals and expats— maybe likened to sketches or drawings, while those of Christopher G. Moore are paintings or murals.” —Bangkok Post “Moore is a genuine novelist who just happens to employ the convertions of the thriller genre, that his real interests are believable human behavior and way cultures crosspollinate and sometimes clash. This is real prose, not Raymond Chandler stuff, and his motives are as close to art as they are to entertainment. Read him.” —Ottawa Citizen

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Rahu, God of Darkness, has unraveled the safety nets in the City of Angels. Even the rich are in a freefall state when the Thai economic boom goes bust in 1997. A young American, Hurley Ransom Conover, follows his Thai girlfriend to her homeland and finds himself at the center of her family’s turmoil. Hurley trips along the edges of Bangkok days and nights giving the performance of his life as the rela-tionship with his girlfriend falls apart and her father needs him to rescue the family empire.

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Literary/Commercial

Red Sky Falling

Christopher G. Moore A freak accident in Manhattan sets in motion an unexpected series of events driven by ambition, passion and, above all, revenge. Red Sky Falling is a postmodern family saga narrated by Gideon Harvey, who was born on the day of John F. Kennedy’s assas-sination.

974-92385-7-5 Baht495 / USD13.95 Published: 2004 Trade Paperback 261 pages Other Editions: E-book • Kindle • Mobipocket

Murder and conspiracy are the Harvey family legacies. Black humor and high camp weave through the story set in downtown New York. The Harvey’s are in bed with the Chinese Triads who smuggle illegal immigrants into America and the Mafia controls the unions. Praise “Red Sky Falling is an amazingly deep novel.” —Pattaya Mail “Moore’s insights into the human comedy and facility in writing prose hold our interest from first page to last.” —Bangkok Post

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“[Red Sky Falling] is a rich and deftly woven tale which looks at the microcosmof individual lives while simultaneously addressing the larger social, political and human concerns of this century . . . a tapestryof experience—highly comic, ironic and profound on so many levels.”” —Guide of Bangkok “A truly high quality piece of literature.” —Thailand Times

Fiction

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Literary/Commercial

Tokyo Joe

Christopher G. Moore A powerful, evocative novel of international betrayal, Tokyo Joe tells a story of Major Julian Bonner, a retired US soldier, confidante of General MacArthur, zen master, and yakuza boss, who is deported after forty-two years in Japan.

974-91152-8-7 Baht395 / USD12.95 Published: 2003 Paperback 322 pages Other Editions: E-book • Kindle • Mobipocket

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The Japanese say he fixed a baseball game. Julian Bonner says the Japanese wanted to silence him, and he knows why. As a young officer in World War II, Julian Bonner has first hand knowledge about the secret activities of the 731-Corps—the hidden story of medical experiments carried out on Allied prisoners of war and Chinese civilians. Praise “The best book on the 731-Corps I’ve read.” —Bangkok Post “Moore has constructed what is becoming increasingly rare: a novel that combines meaningful ideas with deep emotion, a novel in which social, political and personal themes all intermingle . . . and it can only be hoped that the novel will achieve the international recognition it deserves.” —The Daily Yomiuri

Fiction

“Moore is also a playwright and this shines through in his fiercely dramatic prose reminiscent of Samuel Beckett’s style.” —The Nation “Insight into the underbellies of Japan and the USA… incredibly intriguing…a book to savour, like a good port after dinner. Most enjoyable.” —Chiang Mai Mail

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Literary/Commercial

His Lordship’s Arsenal Christopher G. Moore

974-86694-7-5 OUT OF STOCK

Matthew Burlock is a brilliant, eccentric judge, faced with the facts of a bizarre ritual murder. In the rundown Delrose Hotel, two men are found half-eaten by flames: one tied to a cross, the other tied up on the bed, with African lioness masks laid next to him. The police say it is a homosexual murder, but Burlock disagrees. A strange connection between Burlock’s exotic past and the murder is revealed. Somewhere in the family history of the international gun trade, his father’s mysterious identity and his radical exgirlfriend lies the answer to the puzzle.

Published: 1999

Praise

Paperback 213 pages

“Unique...a probing psychological study of man’s search for identity...genuinely fascinating.” —Bestsellers

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“Moore is without doubt a real writer and one to watch.” —Publisher’s Weekly “This is a complex, moody, rewarding novel.” —Chicago Sun-Times

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“One at a time Burlock brings out transparent pictures of his life; then, appallingly, he twists them around, changes the order. When he is done we know more of the impermanence of vision and the changeable rules of life...imaginative.” —Library Journal

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Fiction

“Moore is a marvellous and inventive writer who is able to combine literary merit with good old genre fiction. This is a unique and beautifully written book.” —Georgia Straight


Short Stories

Bangkok Noir

John Burdett, Stephen Leather, Pico Iyer, Colin Cotterill, Christopher G. Moore, Tew Bunnag, Timothy Hallinan, Alex Kerr, Dean Barrett, Vasit Dejkunjorn, Eric Stone, Collin Piprell Bangkok is one of the great cities in the world, but unlike other great metropolises it has no noir tales to its name. Bangkok Noir puts that to right. 978-616-7503-04-2 USD13.95 Published: 2011 Paperback 289 pages Other Editions: E-book • Kindle

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In this 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 Angels. In Bangkok Noir, the twelve short stories of various shades of black involve gangsters and hitmen, love and betrayal, the supernatural, the possessed and the dispossessed, and the far distant future. Titles in this collection include: John Burdett’s Gone East, Stephen Leather’s Inspector Zhang and the Dead Thai Gangster, Tew Bunnag’s The Mistress Wants Her Freedom, Colin Cotterill’s Halfhead, Pico Iyer’s Thousand and One Nights, and Christopher G. Moore’s Dolphin Inc.

Fiction

The authors and publisher will donate half of their earnings from this book to selected charity organizations which provide education to needy children in Thailand.

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Short Stories

Ageing Disgracefully Colin Cotterill

Ageing Disgracefully is a delightful collection of short stories that takes a humorous and life-affirming look at lives of people who, though considerably advanced in years, are still behaving very, very naughtily.

978-616-90393-5-8 USD14.95 Published: 2010 Paperback 288 pages Other Editions: E-book • Kindle • Mobipocket

With a keen eye for human foibles and a wicked sense of humor, Colin Cotterill has collected and illustrated—with words and drawings—the colorful lives of disreputable elders found along his life journey, from his old home, England, to his new home, Thailand, with stops in Australia the United States. In Ageing Disgracefully we enter the minds of venerable and not so venerable elderly bank robbers, murderers and serial-killers, as well as mere practical jokers, gamblers and perverts, who may remind us of some people we know or live with, or perhaps a person who stares back at us in the mirror! Praise “How does the guy come up with this stuff? I thought he was still taking his medication. Cotterill’s characters are matchless, his stories, hilarious.” —Kathy Reichs (Really famous)

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Short Stories

Chairs

Christopher G. Moore

974-87691-9-4 Baht395 / USD12.95 Published: 2000 Paperback 281 pages

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Chairs is a collection of sixteen original stories. Each Saturday morning, over coffee, the members of Chairs gather to share the latest gossip, scandals, myths, dangers, exploits, and loves that bind together their small community. Sam Kohl, narrator of the main stories, reveals, with perfect timing and ingenious twists, the clash of cultures as expats meet Thais, Chinese, Karen, and Burmese. Chairs is a search for redemption. Along the journey—from the Oriental Hotel to the jungles of Burma—is a vividly created world populated by adventurers, body snatchers, executioners, dreamers, collectors, diplomats, mistresses, ghosts, and war veterans. Praise “An entertaining and insightful book.” —The Nation “Moore is never very far away from a much older tradition—the one that seems to say, ‘Come inside, stranger, and put your boots up on the fender of the stove and let me tell you a tale.’” —Ottawa Citizen “Chairs is well-written and interesting, and shows a side of a city that most will never see, but will find in these pages a powerful and insightful, even Hemingwayesque, clarity.” —Edmonton Journal

Fiction

“Chairs is outstanding.” —Guide of Bangkok

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The Land of Smiles Trilogy

A Killing Smile First in the Land of Smiles Trilogy

Christopher G. Moore A Killing Smile begins the Land of Smiles trilogy. Lawrence Baring, a successful Los Angeles attorney, had lost his wife, Sarah. He discovers after her suicide that Sarah had maintained a long-distance affair with Robert Tuttle. Baring travels to Bangkok for a showdown with Tuttle who has become a longtime resident of the Bangkok underworld. 974-92335-7-3 Baht495 / USD13.95 Published: 2004 Trade Paperback 270 pages Other Editions: E-book • Kindle • Mobipocket • Smashwords

In this cult classic tale of betrayal and exploitation, Baring and Tuttle circle each other inside Thai culture where language and way of life deliver multidimensional surprises. In his quest for revenge, Baring learns true meaning of friendship and the secrets behind the smile. Praise “The whole effect is very real— particularly the revelation of those razor teeth back of the Smile.” —Gore Vidal

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“Moore is a master of detail . . . a pioneer, daring and inventive.” —The Nation “In A Killing Smile Moore succeeds in translating for a Western audience the inside of how Thais think. Above all he describes with an objective, non-judgemental eye the raw pathos, the light and shadow of the world that never surfaces in the glossy tourist catalogues.” —Thriller Magazine (Italy)

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Fiction

The portrait of Tuttle as an expatriate shipwrecked in an alien tropic brings to mind Theroux’s Jack Flowers.” —The Japan Times


The Land of Smiles Trilogy

A Bewitching Smile Second in the Land of Smiles Trilogy

Christopher G. Moore A Bewitching Smile, second in the Land of Smiles Trilogy, is reminiscent of A Passage to India in the creation of a kind of psychological DMZ, another Shangri-la with its own epiphanies and perils. The toughsensitive characterization, and the sharp, often aphoristic dialogue, and the irony, combine to create a powerful drama. 974-85787-0-4 Baht395 / USD12.95 Published: 2000 Paperback 292 pages

Praise “Moore’s novels are breaking new ground in fictional writing about Thailand. . . . He writes with gentle humor and a sensitive understanding of what it is to be lost.” —The Nation

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In this sequel to A Killing Smile, Richard Breach who is a magician, mystic and world-class card player teaches English in Bangkok. Crosby, his former student, has found an assignment for Breach’s talents: a rescue mission. Snow is held hostage in a hill tribe village in the North of Thai-land. Snow’s plan to become Lahu godman has failed and his life is at risk. Breach has a reason of his own—a dying friend in English has requested a set of ritual shaman’s.

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A Haunting Smile Third in the Land of Smiles Trilogy

Christopher G. Moore

974-92214-8-6 Baht495 / USD13.95 Published: 2004 Trade Paperback 320 pages Other Editions: E-book • Kindle • Mobipocket • Smashwords

A Haunting Smile, the final novel in the Land of Smiles Trilogy, is a sharply observed picture interweaving documentary film technique and montage to convey the psychological horror, personal anguish and despair of the Black May of 1992 when students, workers, along with mobile phone carrying yuppies were massacred by the military on the streets of Bangkok. Robert Tuttle and George Snow, running at break neck speed down the back alleys, hope to find a safe passage out of the nightmare of killing. The ghosts from old battlefields wander the waterholes of Patpong mingling among the drifters, demimonde arms dealers and journalists. Together they enter a matrix where massacres are a way of life, and the survivors bringing back tales of midnight secret executions. Praise

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“Courageous . . . someone to watch.” —Peter Carey “A Haunting Smile is disturbing. Moore jars the senses with discordant juxtapositions of his now familiar HQ, an all-night coffee shop where stereotypical ‘hardcore’ (read ‘cured of romance’) farang hang out, indulging in a never-ending cycle of alcohol and sex, with the shattering events of Rachadamnoen Avenue, and what! Virtual reality?” —Bangkok Post

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The Vincent Calvino P.I. series

9 Gold Bullets Twelfth in the Vincent Calvino P.I. series

Christopher G. Moore

978-616-90393-7-2 Baht495 / USD12.95 Published: 2010 Paperback 365 pages Other Editions: E-book • Kindle • Smashwords

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A 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, Josh Stein, who happens to be in Bangkok on an errand for his new Russian client. This old friend and his personal and business entanglements with the Russian underworld take Calvino back to New York, along with Pratt. The gritty, dark vision of 9 Gold Bullets is tracked through the eyes of a Thai cop operating on a foreign turf, and a private eye expatriated long enough to find himself a stranger in his hometown. As the intrigue behind the missing coins moves between New York andBangkok, and the levels of deception increase, Calvino discovers the true nature of friendship and where he belongs. Praise “Vinny does it again!.” —Bangkok Post

Fiction

“Moore is a master at leading the reader on to what ‘should’ be the finale, but then you find it isn’t... Worth waiting for... However, do not start reading until you have a few hours to spare.” —Pattaya Mail

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The Corruptionist Eleventh in the Vincent Calvino P.I. series

Christopher G. Moore Set during the recent turbulent times in Thailand, the 11th novel in the Calvino series centers around the street demonstrations and occupation of Government House in Bangkok.

978-616-90393-3-4 Baht495 / USD12.95 Published: 2009 Paperback 490 pages Other Editions: E-book • Kindle • Smashwords

Hired by an American businessman, Calvino finds himself caught in the middle of a family conflict over a Chinese corporate takeover. This is no ordinary deal. Calvino and his client are up against powerful forces set to seize much more than a family business. As the bodies accumulate while he navigates Thailand’s business-political landmines, Calvino becomes increasingly entangled in a secret deal made by men who will stop at nothing—and no one—standing in their way. But Calvino refuses to step aside. The Corruptionist captures with precision the undercurrents enveloping Bangkok, revealing multiple layers of betrayal and deception. Praise

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“Politics . . . has a role in the series, more so now than earlier. What with corruption during elections and coups afterwards, the denizens watch with bemusement the unlikelihood of those in office serving their terms. Moore captures this in his books. Thought-provoking columnists don’t do it better. . . . Moore is putting Thailand on the map.” —Bangkok Post

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“An achievement . . . interpreting modern, fast changing Thailand with its violent political power struggles. . . . [T]he levels and depths of observation and insight reach an epic nature in [The Corruptionist]. . . . The new characters are stunning. . . . The ending is superb.” —Pattaya Trader


The Vincent Calvino P.I. series

Paying Back Jack Tenth in the Vincent Calvino P.I. series

Christopher G. Moore In the 10th Vincent Calvino novel, Calvino follows the mistress of an aspiring politician. Calvino’s assignment takes him deep into the lives of those working inside secret prisons and private contractors. When Jack is paid back a body is left behind. This time the pay back is in Bangkok. 978-974-312-920-9 Baht495 / USD13.95 Published: 2008 Trade Paperback 332 pages

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Praise “Moore’s depiction of Thai life is gritty, colorful and thoughtful. He ranges from the sex trade to politics to the careful and lavish preparations for an upper-class wedding, while never losing track of his fast-paced, hard-boiled story.” —Portsmouth Herald “The plots are complex, as are the characters, and Moore is a writer who insists on his reader. Inevitably, the most impressive character of all is Bangkok itself, which the author brings wonderfully to life.” —Morning Star (UK) “Crisp, atmostpheric. . . . Calvino’s cynical humour oils the wheels nicely, while the cubist plotting keeps us guessing.” —Guardian

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“Moore clearly has no fear that his gloriously corrupt Bangkok will ever run dry.” —Kirkus Review “A vivid sense of place...the city of Bangkok, with its chaos and mystery, is almost another character. Recommended.” —Library Journal

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The Risk of Infidelity Index Ninth in the Vincent Calvino P.I. series

Christopher G. Moore

978-974-88168-7-6 Baht495 / USD13.95 Published: 2007 Trade Paperback 324 pages

Major political demonstrations are rocking Bangkok. Chaos and fear sweep through the Thai and expatriate communities. Calvino steps into the political firestorm as he investigates a drug piracy operation. The piracy is traced to a powerful business interest protected by important political connections. A nineteen-year-old Thai woman and a middle-age lawyer end up dead on the same evening. Both are connected to Calvino’s investigation. The dead lawyer’s law firm denies any knowledge of the case. Calvino is left in the cold. Approached by a group of expat housewives-—rattled by The Risk of Infidelity Index that ranks Bangkok number one for available sexual temptations—to investigate their husbands, Calvino discovers the alliance of forces blocking his effort to disclose the secret pirate drug investigation. Praise “Moore’s flashy style successfully captures the dizzying contradictions in [Bangkok’s] vertiginous landscape.” —The New York Times Book Review

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“Flashy private-eye mystery.” —The New York Times “Think Dashiell Hammett in Bangkok. A hard-boiled, street-smart, often hilarious pursuit of a double murderer.” —The San Francisco Chronicle

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“The real star of the book is Bangkok.” —The Daily Telegraph


The Vincent Calvino P.I. series

Pattaya 24/7 Eighth in the Vincent Calvino P.I. series

Christopher G. Moore Inside a secluded, lush estatelocated on the edge of Pattaya, an eccentric English-man’s gardener is found hanged. Calvino has been hired to investigate. Calvino finds himself pulled deep into the shadows of the war against drugs, into Code Orange alerts to flash across the screen of American intelligence. 978-974-8418-41-4 Baht395 / USD9.95 Published: 2008 Mass Paperback 372 pages Other Editions: E-book • Kindle • Smashwords

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In a story packed with twists and turns, Calvino traces the links from the gardener’s past to the door of men with power and influence who have everything to lose if the mystery of the gardener’s death is solved. Praise “Intelligent and articulate, Moore offers a rich, passionate and original take on the private eye game, fans of the genre should definitely investigate, and fans of foreign intrigue will definitely enjoy.” —January Magazine “The best in the Calvino series . . . The story is compelling.” —Bangkok Post

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“A cast of memorably eccentric figures in an exotic Southeast Asian backdrop” —The Japan Times

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The Vincent Calvino P.I. series

Minor Wife Seventh in the Vincent Calvino P.I. series

Christopher G. Moore A contemporary murder set in Bangkok—a neighbor and friend, a young ex-hooker turned artist, is found dead by an American millionaire’s minor wife. Her rich expat husband hires Calvino to investigate.

Published: 2004

While searching for the killer in exclusive clubs and not-so-exclusive bars of Bangkok, Calvino discovers that a minor wife—mia noi—has everything to do with a woman’s status. From illegal cock fighting matches to elite Bangkok golf clubs, Calvino finds himself caught in the crossfire as he closes in on the murderer.

Trade Paperback 280 pages

Praise

974-92126-5-7 Baht495 / USD13.95

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“Moore pursues in even greater detail in Minor Wife the changing social roles of Thai women (changing, but not always quickly or for the better) and their relations among themselves and across class lines and other barriers.” —Vancouver Sun

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“Moore’s attention to detail and 3-D characterization make Minor Wife much more than just another crime novel.” —Farang Magazine (Thailand)

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“What distinguishes Christopher G. Moore from other foreign authors setting their stories in the Land of Smiles is how much more he understands its mystique, the psyche of its populace and the futility of its round residents trying to fit into its square holes.” —Bangkok Post


The Vincent Calvino P.I. series

Cold Hit Sixth in the Vincent Calvino P.I. series

Christopher G. Moore Five foreigners have died in Bangkok. Were they drug overdose victims or victims of a serial killer? Calvino believes the evidence points to a serial killer who stalks tourists in Bangkok. The Thai police, including Colonel Pratt, don’t buy his theory.

974-92104-1-7 Baht495 / USD13.95 Published: 2004 Trade Paperback 342 pages Other Editions: E-book • Kindle • Smashwords

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Calvino teams up with an LAPD officer on a bodyguard assignment. Hidden forces pull them through swank shopping malls, rundown hotels, Klong Toey slum, and bars in the redlight district as they try to keep their man and themselves alive. As Calvino learns more about the bodies being shipped back to America, the secret of the serial killer is revealed. Praise “The story is plausible and riveting to the end.” —The Japan Times “Tight, intricate plotting, wickedly astute . . . Cold Hit will have you variously gasping, chuckling, nodding, tuttutting, oh-yesing, and grinding your teeth throughout its 330 pages.” —Guide of Bangkok

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“The plot is equally tricky, brilliantly devised, and clear. One of the best crime fiction in the first half of the year.” —Ultimo Biedlefeld “[Cold Hit] is no standard thriller, but a suspense literature full of original metaphors.” —Saarbrücker Zeitung

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The Vincent Calvino P.I. series

The Big Weird Fifth in the Vincent Calvino P.I. series

Christopher G. Moore A beautiful American blond is found dead with a large bullet hole in her head in the house of her exboyfriend. A famous Hollywood screen-writer hires Calvino to investigate her death. Everyone except Calvino’s client believes Samantha McNeal has committed suicide.

Published: 2008

In the early days of the Internet, Sam ran with a young and wild expat crowd in Bangkok. As Calvino slides into a world where people are dead serious about sex, money and fame, he unearths a hedonistic community where the ritual of death is the ultimate high.

Mass Paperback 372 pages

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“The Big Weird is an excellent read, charming, amusing, insightful, complex, localised yet startlingly universal in its themes.” —Guide of Bangkok

978-974-8418-42-1 Baht395 / USD9.95

“A good read, fast-paced and laced with so many of the locales so familiar to the expat denizens of Bangkok.” —Art of Living (Thailand)

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“Like a noisy, late-night Thai restaurant, Moore serves up tongue-burming spices that swallow up the literature of Generation X and Cyberpsace as if they were merely sticky rice.” —The Daily Yomiuri “Highly entertaining.” —Bangkok Post

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Comfort Zone Fourth in the Vincent Calvino P.I. series

Christopher G. Moore

974-87754-9-6 Baht395 / USD12.95 Published: 2000 Paperback 267 pages Other Editions: E-book • Kindle • Smashwords

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Twenty years after the end of the Vietnam War, Vietnam is opening to the outside world. There is a smell of fast money in the air and poverty in the streets. Business is booming and in austere Ho Chi Minh City a new generation of foreigners have arrived to make money and not war. Against the backdrop of Vietnam’s economic miracle, Comfort Zone reveals a a divided people still not reconciled with their past and unsure of their future. Calvino is hired by an ex-special forces vet, whose younger brother uncovers corruption and fraud in the emerging business world in which his clients are dealing. But before Calvino even leaves Bangkok, there have already been two murders, one in Saigon and one in Bangkok. Praise “Moore hits home with more of everything in Comfort Zone. There is a balanced mix of story-line, narrative, wisdom, knowledge as well as love, sex, and murder.” —Thailand Times

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“Comfort Zone is a good read—an up-to-date 90s feel.” —Accent Thai

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The Vincent Calvino P.I. series

Zero Hour in Phnom Penh Third in the Vincent Calvino P.I. series

Christopher G. Moore

2004 German Critics Award for Crime Fiction Winner of 2007 Premier Special Director Book Award Semana Negra, Spain

978-974-10-3046-0 Baht499 / USD12.95 Published: 2008 Paperback, 313 pages Other Editions: E-book • Kindle • Smashwords

In the early 1990s, at the end of the devastating civil war UN peacekeeping forces try to keep the lid on the violence. Gunfire can still be heard nightly in Phnom Penh, where Vietnamese prostitutes try to hook UN peacekeepers from the balcony of the Lido Bar. Calvino traces leads on a missing farang from Bangkok to war-torn Cambodia, through the Russian market, hospitals, nightclubs, news briefings, and UNTAC Headquarters. Calvino’s buddy, Colonel Pratt, knows something that Calvino does not: the missing man is connected with the jewels stolen from the Saudi royal family. Calvino quickly finds out that he is not the only one looking for the missing farang. Praise

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“Zero Hour in Phnom Penh is political, courageous and perhaps [Moore’s] most important work. Moore is a brilliant storyteller and a masterful character inventor.” —CrimiCouch.de “Zero Hour in Phnom Penh is a bursting, high adventure . . . extremely gripping . . . a morality portrait with no illusion.” —Ulrich Noller, Westdeutscher Rundfunk

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“Moore’s crime fiction is a multi-layered and disillusioning picture of the Cambodian society and the UNTAC soldiers: the reality behind the headlines.” —Inge Wünnenberg, General-Anzeiger, Bonn


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Asia Hand Second in the Vincent Calvino P.I. series

Christopher G. Moore Bangkok—the Year of the Monkey. Calvino’s Chinese New Year celebration is interrupted by a call to Lumpini Park Lake, where Thai cops have just fished the body of a farang cameraman. CNN is running dramatic footage of several Burmese soldiers on the Thai border executing students. 974-87171-2-7 Baht395 / USD12.95 Published: 2000 Paperback 277 pages

Calvino follows the trail of the dead man to a feature film crew where he hits the wall of silence. On the other side of that wall, Calvino and Colonel Pratt discover and elite film unit of old Asia hands with connections to influential people in Southeast Asia. They find themselves matched against a set of farangs conditioned for urban survival and willing to go for a knock-out punch. Praise

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“Moore’s Vinny Calvino is a worthy successor to Raymond Chandler’s Philip Marlowe and Mickey Spillane’s Mike Hammer.” —The Nation

Fiction

“The top foreign author focussing on the Land of Smiles, Canadian Christopher G. Moore clearly has a first-hand understanding of the expat milieu. . . . Moore is perspicacious.” —Bangkok Post

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Spirit House First in the Vincent Calvino P.I. series

Christopher G. Moore

974-92389-3-1 Baht495 / USD13.95 Published: 2004 Trade Paperback 306 pages

The Bangkok police already have a confession by a nineteen-year-old drug addict who has admitted to the murder of a British computer wizard, Ben Hoadly. From the bruises on his face shown at the press conference, it is clear that the young suspect had some help from the police in the making of his confession. The case is wrapped up. Only there are some loose ends that the police and just about everyone else is happy to over look. The search for the killer of Ben Hoadley plunges Calvino into the dark side of Bangkok, where professional hit men have orders to stop him. From the world of thinner addicts, dope dealers, fortunetellers, and high-class call girls, Calvino peels away the mystery surrounding the death of the English expublic schoolboy who had a lot of dubious friends. Praise “Well-written, tough and bloody.” —Tangled Web (UK)

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“A thinking man’s Philip Marlowe, Calvino is a cynic on the surface but a romantic at heart. Calvino . . . found himself in Bangkok—the end of the world for a whole host of bizarre foreigners unwilling, unable, or uninterested in going home.” —The Daily Yomiuri

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“A worthy example of a serial character, Vinee Calvino is human and convincing. [He] is an incarnate of the composite of the many expatriate characters who have burned the bridge to their pasts.” —Thriller Magazine (Italy)


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The Vincent Calvino Reader’s Guide The Laws, Worldview, and Books

Christopher G. Moore Since Spirit House was published in 1992, the Vincent Calvino series has enjoyed international acclaim and an ever-expanding readership in twelve languages. The Vincent Calvino novels, with the Bangkok noir settings, are known for their cultural insights into the Thai/Asian societies. 978-616-90393-4-1 Baht199 / USD7.95 Published: 2009 Size 9.2 x 14 cm. 176 pages Other Editions: E-book • Kindle • Mobipocket

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Calvino’s Laws explore the human psyche streched along the East-West divide. All of the laws drawn from the eleven Calvino novels are organized in categories, such as Laws of Gumshoe Investigation, Laws of Bargirls and Nightlife, Laws of the World of Expats, Laws of Aggression and Violence. Christopher G. Moore provides an overview of Calvino’s worldview and discusses the creative forces that over the years have shaped this popular series. Also included are several essays that transport the reader inside the life and times of Vincent Calvino, the private eye, who continues to work the mean streets of Bangkok.

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Praise “‘Calvino’s Law’s’ in the novels and quoted in this new book have transformed into ‘guides to survival in an underworld’ a gift to you the reader, from the fictional character, a working expat who has learnt the ropes, and so passes on his knowledge of cultural landmines and common mistakes. . . . There is entertaining advice and insights into a major SE Asia based writer’s craft and motives.” —Pattaya Trader

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Essays

The Cultural Detective Christopher G. Moore For 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 writing life.

978-616-90393-8-9 Baht350 / USD9.95 Published: 2011 Paperback 224 pages

In this selection of essays, Moore discusses with the humor and insight that he has become famous for. He draws widely on anthropology, neurology, psychology, ethnography, history and recent political conflicts. Readers new to Moore’s work will find an entertaining and discerning author worth getting to know better, while fans will recognize an echo of his essayist’s voice and perspective from his novels.

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Sustainable Democracy Anand Panyarachun

(Former Prime Minister of Thailand) A public lecture by Anand Panyarachun, the Former Prime Minister of Thailand at Brussels on June 24, 2008.

974-94125-8-3 Baht495 / USD13.95 Published: 2006 Paperback E-book ONLY • Kindle • Mobipocket

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Anand Panyarachun is a leading senior statesman in Asia. He served as Prime Minister of Thailand in 1991 and 1992. Anand was educated in Thailand and Dulwich College, London and entered Trinity College, University of Cambridge, where he graduated with honours with a degree in Economics and Law. In 1997, Anand was elected as a member of the Constitution Drafting Assembly and was appointed Chairman of the Drafting Committee. In August 1997, he received the 1997 Ramon Magsaysay Award for Government Service. In his long and distinguished career, Anand also served as Thailand’s ambassador to the United Nations, Canada and the United States. He has also served on various international committees: the Advisory Group of Anti-Corruption Issues for the East Asia and Pacific Region, World Bank, Group of International Advisors of International Committee of the Red Cross and of the Advisory Council of Transparency International (TI). He has also served as UNICEF Ambassador for Thailand since 1996. In 2005 Anand served as chairman of the National Reconciliation Commission with responsibility for recommending policies to restore peace to Thailand’s southern provinces. His report was submitted to the government in 2006.

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Three Pagodas Pass George Fetherling Most western critics of the junta that has ruled Burma since 1962—violently suppressing the democracy movement and crushing human rights while dominating the international opium trade—have hesitated to visit the country lest the cost of their trip help to prop up the regime. George Fetherling shared these concerns. But motivated by a desire to see the situation first hand, he resolved to go anyway—as economically as possible. 978-616-90393-6-5 USD9.95 Published: 2010 Trade Paperback 197 pages Other Editions: E-book • Kindle • Smashwords

Setting out from Greece, he hitchhiked on a reconditioned but very unseaworthy WW II troop ship that took him to South America round the Horn to Polynesia, where frequent-flyer points put him within range of Rangoon, Mandalay and the ethnic refugee settlements on the Thai border. En route he explored such places as Casablanca, the Falkland Islands and Antarctica, as well as two of the most isolated yet most written about spots on earth: Easter Island and Pitcairn Island. In the process, Fetherling saw in many forms the relics of European colonialism and the nationalist movements that followed and caught glimpses of a third age that lies round the corner. This unique narrative is a journey through politics and society as well as geography; a fasinating account of a search for the heart of the post-Cold War world.

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In His Majesty’s Footsteps: A personal memoir Vasit Dejkunjorn

Busakorn Suriyasarn (trans.)

974-94125-8-3 Baht495 / USD13.95 Published: 2006 Trade Paperback 286 pages 30 B&W photos

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In His Majesty’s Footsteps: A Personal Memoir is originally written in Thai by former Chief of Royal Court Police, Pol. Gen. Vasit Dejkunjorn. It is the first personal chronicle in the English language detailing the life and work of the world’s longest reigning monarch King Bhumibol during the politically turbulent period of the late1960s and the 1970s. In His Majesty’s Footsteps shows a rare, first-hand insight into how the Thai king faced the challenges of the time—relentless communist insurgencies, frequent military coups and protracted political turmoil. It gives an eyewitness account of the Thai history in the making through the interactions of the three pillars of the Thai nationhood: Nation, Religion and King—showing how King Bhumibol has been the source of strength and stability to his people and has earned his renown as the most revered king in the modern world. Praise

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“Easy to understand yet graceful writing style . . . Vasit’s personal memoir is indeed one of the best sources available for people looking to learn why the Thais love their King so much.” —Thai Day “Dejkunjorn writes in a charming manner (not lost in this translation) . . . We are treated to a tale of an incredibly talented king who kept in constant touch with the changing world around him.” —Lifestyle Travel

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In the Shade of a Quiet Killing Place Sam Sotha On April 17, 1975 Sam Sotha and his wife Sony, along with thousands of others, were forced by the Khmer Rouge to leave Phnom Penh. Shot, tortured, starved and enslaved in hard labor was the fate of many Cambodians during the Khmer Rouge years. 978-974-88163-4-0 Baht395 / USD13.95 Published: 2007 Hard cover, 19.8 * 19.8 cm., 139 pages, illustrations

In In The Shade of A Quiet Killing Place, Sam Sotha tells a moving personal story of love and a couple’s struggle for survival during the four years of their captivity by the Khmer Rouge. In the context of intense brutality and human tragedy, Sam Sotha’s memoir gives an inspiring portrait of love between husband and wife that refused to yield under such terror. The strength of their love guided the couple through the darkest moments, when it seemed only a miracle could save them from certain death. The memoir is based on a hand-written diary and drawings recorded while the couple waited for resettlement in the United States in a refugee camp in Thailand. The book contains over fifty unique Khmer-style drawings capturing the time and place, the emotions, danger and turmoil in the couple’s experiences during the Pol Pot rule.

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Thai Culture/Language

Hooked on Thailand Peter Jaggs

Throw together a mad-keen fisherman and a sexy Thai woman, mix in a score of hilarious angling trips that take the couple from the shores of a secluded, balmy beach to the bustling fishing parks of Bangkok and Chiang Mai, add a dash of local color and customs, and you have the bait for getting Hooked on Thailand.

978-616-90393-2-7 Baht495 / USD12.95 Published: 2009 Paperback 181 pages Other Editions: E-book • Kindle • Smashwords

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Join the author and his vivacious Thai girlfriend on their off-beat angling adventures as they travel around the country in search of snakehead, giant catfish and carp and fish inland waters as diverse as a barren jungle ditch to a world famous lake teeming with monsters. Take a ride with the irrepressible pair on the Banana Boat to a deserted tropical island where they cast a line for Long tom and barracuda, and accompany them as they hunt for rabbitfish, mackerel and rays in the warm tropical seas around Thailand’s stunning coastline. Peter Jaggs’s fifth book provides a fascinating glimpse into the bird and animal life of Thailand, as well as giving the reader many insights into some of the more bizarre folklore tales and extraordinary characters any visiting fisherman will come across during his time in the country. A guaranteed laugh a chapter, together with a philosophical look at the relationship between a visiting angler and a Pattaya bargirl make Hooked on Thailand very much more than just a book about fishing. Praise “By turns, amusing, charming, hilariously original, and peppered with some of the funniest, most memorable expat capers I’ve read. Peter Jaggs hooked me.” —Christopher G. Moore

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Thai Culture/Language

Wall Against the Wind:

A Thai woman’s true story Jampee Tawylert Chitraporn Tanratanakul (trans.)

Described as a cross between Little House on the Prairie and Luuk Isan, Wall Against the Wind is a true story of a young Isan girl learning the hard lessons of life inside a traditional rural family.

978-974-88163-3-3 Baht495 / USD13.95 Published: 2003 Trade Paperback 313 pages Thai Edition: Mai Kan Lom (ไม้กั้นลม)

Written in novelistic style, Jampee Tawylert—a remarkable Thai female author who had to leave school at age 12—details her own life growing up in a Thai rural village in the 1970s, a time when trucks and concrete roads were rare and people still walked along the oxcart trails between villages and rice fields. This heartfelt narrative is a window into understanding a Thai mother-daughter relationship and how the young daughter drew strengths from her mother, who was like a wall that shielded her against the natural wind of pain and suffering until she learned how to be brave and strong enough to survive on her own.

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The author has a keen eye for details and understanding of ancient customs, cultures, traditions, and superstitions in the way of living from birth to death. The story will not only introduce readers to an intelligent and observant young Thai village girl, but will also bring them back to the beautiful and less complicated past of Thailand that many Thais have forgotten.

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Sex Talk

In Search of Love and Romance Kaewmala Hook 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 Thai sexuality 978-974-94788-3-7 Baht495 / USD12.95 Published: 2009 Paperback 327 pages

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sextalk takes you on a journey to explore the Thai erotic jungle where love and lust set their traps. Your search for romance will be an intriguingly funny and wild, befuddling and eye-opening romp. sextalk author Kaewmala reveals from a Thai-female perspective the vocabulary of love, romance and Thai sexual relations with well-researched explanations, wit and a wealth of humorous stories. In Search of Love and Romance is the only eroticromantic Thai language guide in English. It is much more than a love dictionary or a romantic phrasebook.

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Praise “For newcomers to Thai culture [Sex Talk] provides some interesting background information; for those more versed in Thai it is a handy guide to the amorous idiom.” —Bangkok Post

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Heart Talk

Say What You Feel in Thai Christopher G. Moore Heart 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.

974-94118-9-7 Baht495 / USD13.95 Published: 2006 Trade Paperback 370 pages

The book comes with phonetic and pronunciation guides, and a sign language bonus for selected jai phrases. Explanation for each jai phrase includes illustrative examples. Heart Talk provides an insight into how Thai speakers express their feelings. It opens the door to the private realm of the Thai language: the linguistic heartscape where ideas take shape, feelings are formed, moods floated, and relationships mended when broken. Praise “The third edition of Heart Talk, which has been greatly expanded, will give your Thai Skills a triple bypass. Never again will locals chuckle at your I-am-Tarzan Thai.” —Untamed Travel

“The book should prove an invaluable tool for both Thai speakers and students of that language.” —The Nation

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“Moore has . . . voyaged deeply into the heart of his adopted country, and this is nowhere more evident in his one nonfiction book, the appropriately titled Heart Talk. A groundbreaking exploration of Thai culture, the volume was inspired by Moore’s realization that the notion of heart, in all its forms, is the central metaphor in the Thai language.” —Georgia Straight

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Dean Barrett Fiction

Tew Bunnag Fiction

John Burdett Fiction

Colin Cotterill Fiction

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Police General Vasit Dejkunjorn John Hail Non-ďŹ ction Fiction

Timothy Hallinan Fiction

Pico Iyer Fiction

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Peter Jaggs Non-fiction

Alex Kerr Fiction

Stephen Leather Fiction

Christopher G. Moore Fiction, Thai language

H.E. Sam Sotha Non-fiction

Eric Stone Fiction

Jampee Tawaylert Non-fiction

And also George Fetherling / Fiction, Kaewmala / Nonfiction

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Colin Piprell Fiction

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About HLP

Heaven Lake Press was founded in 1998. We have been committed to publishing the best literature – with a focus on Southeast Asian people, events, culture and history – by international writers both based in Thailand and abroad. In the past decade, we have been recognized as a publisher of quality books.

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Heaven Lake Press is a small team of professionals who run a small Thai publishing house. We publish fiction and nonfiction, both original and reprints, by some of the most recognized and award-winning writers who share their passion for the charms of Southeast Asia. We put a great deal of care in the production of our books. We have worked with some of Thailand’s leading translators and we are proud of our relationship with the Thai writing community. We specialize in fiction – literary and crime fiction, as well as books on history, language, culture and relationships. Our list of titles is continuously expanding. Our books are published primarily in English, although we have started to publish books translated into German and Thai. Our books appear in a full range of formats – including hardcover, trade paperback, mass market paperback, and eBooks, for the widest possible readership. Official website:

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