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Posted October 31, 2009
Christopher Moore writes novels about an expat American detective who does P.I. work in Thailand. I have only read one of the other novels, that being The Risk of Infidelity Index. That led me to buy this one, and I was quite happy with the story about snipers planning to take on a Thai businessman. Thailand crime novels take place in the midst of many interesting scenarios, not the least of which is the corruption in the country itself. There are crooked cops, drugs, child slavery, lots of different sex angles, all involving smiling folks who serve the needs of American tourists. Moore plays each of these cards well, and in a way that makes you feel a part of the story. He does a good job on keeping his cards close, so that you can't figure his next move. Altogether it makes for a good read.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted May 9, 2011
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