Set in the Early 1990’s at a time when many old hands consider Pattaya to have been at the very height of its infamous raunchiness, Psycho Pattaya Bargirl tells the tale of how it is possible for a beautiful young woman with brains to get away with just about anything she wants to.
As well as providing a hellish and hilarious rollercoaster trip through the seediest night-streets of the city in bygone days, the horror and black humour that drip copiously from the blood-spattered pages also serve to send a much more subtle message to readers – besides simply causing the hair on the back of their necks to stand on end.
Sometimes, that angelic, sexy stunner you just met in a go-go bar in Walking Street or sitting on a bench under a coconut tree along the Beach Road might not be all she seems.
Peter Jaggs is from Essex in England and has spent the best part of the past twenty five years in Thailand since he was in his early twenties and has visited every province in the country. Peter has always believed that real work is a necessary evil and should only be undertaken when funds are required for the extended bouts of bar-hopping, fishing and hanging out on beaches he much prefers.However, he does enjoy writing about his beloved second home and has had articles, stories and poems published in several newspapers and magazines. Although Peter loves women – especially of the Thai variety – he is not married because he feels that a wife would be as much of a hindrance to his freedom and irresponsible lifestyle as a regular job. Besides this, no female on God’s earth could put up with him for any length of time apart from his mother.Peter is currently based between Devon, England and Pattaya City and spends an equal amount of time in each of his two homes with frequent excursions to other favourite venues in Asia. Peter also wrote the first ever book in the English language published on freshwater fishing in Thailand.