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Porn: A Review of Bangkok Noir - Alex In Wanderland
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
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.
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.
note that we (publisher) will try our best to have as many authors'
signatures as possible, if not all, on your Bangkok Noir signed
stories, about crooks, cops, gangsters, hit-men, bar girls, shaman
and street vendors, show the underbelly of Bangkok. It isn't pretty,
but as the first of its kind, Bangkok Noir is a good read.”
Noir, with its twelve short stories, makes up a brief but exciting
read. The anthology is part of a more and more distinct Bangkok
noir movement that brings to the surface the darker sides of this
city, exposing all its ugliness, hardships, and injustices that
the powers-to-be would like kept at bay, right where they are: in
—Review by Voicu
first ever noir anthology of Bangkok is a powerful collection of
crime fiction short stories that portray the dark side of the Asian
metropolis, which natives call Krung Thep or City of Angels, inspite
of the fact that most of them lead lives as far from heaven as it
you enjoy thrillers, especially ‘noir’ thrillers, this is the book
for you. A dozen of the best authors of the genre all in one book.”
Reid, Pattaya Mail
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See the authors.
Publisher website: www.heavenlakepress.com