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  • Bangkok Buckaroo

    $4.99$13.99 Rosse, Steve
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    People are being murdered on Soi Cowboy, and Texan Joe DiMaggio puts on his spurs to find out why. Joe’s been living off the land in and around Soi Cowboy for decades, making his living by his wits, his fists and the dimple in his chin.

    To find the killer Joe will need to explore every seedy corner of the lawless boom town that is Bangkok’s Cowboy Street.

    “Bangkok Buckaroo” combines the romance of the American West with the mystery of Asia and the intrigue of the crime novel.

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  • Cyber Girl

    $6.99 Allen, Neville
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    Nittaya Siriwadana’s life takes a whole new course when a friend introduces her to the intriguing, seductive world of the 21st Century Cyber Girl.
    Suddenly, this naive, out-of-work university graduate smells a small fortune. And all she needs do to reap the rewards is invest an hour or two each day snaring lonely, unsuspecting western men by e-mail.
    It isn’t long before Nid, as she is known, outshines her mentor — but her new-found wealth doesn’t come without a price.
    Excitement and suspense enter Nid’s life as she is forced to balance time between western lovers and Kwan, her new Thai boyfriend. Kwan’s criminal activities shatter Nid’s dreams, exposing her to Bangkok’s vicious underbelly of drugs, murder and revenge. Nid ultimately finds true love only to have its promise snatched away as her life hangs by a thread in a violent, action-filled ending to an emotion-packed story.

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  • Riff-Raffles

    $5.99$13.99 Meacher, Kevin
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    Have you ever dreamt of quitting your job and setting up a business in a tropical paradise, spending days lazing by the beach whilst the money comes rolling in? Most of us have had this dream at some time or the other but the reality can be alarmingly different.
    We follow the hilarious trials and tribulations of Kevin, who turned the dream into a reality, leaving his life in England to run a small hotel in the Thailand holiday resort of Pattaya.
    His story highlights the vast difference in cultures between East and West and shows the number of day-to-day problems that can be encountered. Whilst everything is viewed in a light- hearted and amusing manner, it is easy to see that the grass is not always as greener on the other side. as we may imagine.

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