After her divorce from gangster Dominic Scarpelli, Nam Pheung returns to Thailand to open a night club. When corrupt police try to muscle in, she turns to Dominic, the man who represents the violence and corruption she hoped to avoid. Dominic must turn to the one man who knows Thailand and its culture well enough to confront a corrupt Royal Thai Police lieutenant colonel: Ice, the renegade assassin who once kidnapped his daughter in an elaborate plot to murder Dominic.
And you thought your family had problems.
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About the Author
He eventually moved to Malibu, California, where he worked for various entertainment companies, including a stint as general manager of Fleshwound Films, a company that produces extreme sports videos and live events, and is credited as production manager for Crusty Demons: 9 Lives.
Gino has also appeared on stage in minor roles as an actor (three productions, eighty performances) and dancer (two productions, three performances).
While The Black Pill is Gino's first novel, based on his screenplay by the same title, it is not his first story, and benefits from his prior experience writing screenplays and writing/directing comedies. As reviewers have noted, it reads like a movie in that it is highly visual and tightly paced.
Gino now lives, works and writes in Southeast Asia. One of his avocations is writing and producing language instruction videos in Thai and Tagalog which can be viewed on his YouTube channel.