Archive for the ‘Bangkok Haunts’ Category

 

The Sun Post – John Hood (Bangkok Haunts)

A Higher Pulp

John Burdett Takes the Low Road to Enlightenment

Few crimes make us fear for the evolution of our species. I am watching one right now.

Bangkok Haunts

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New York Times – Thomas Fuller (Bangkok Haunts)

At Home Amid the Red Lights

Soi Cowboy

BANGKOK, Oct. 24 ? As John Burdett ambles down a street packed with girlie bars, he passes two women in skimpy outfits waving their hands excitedly and calling out, ?John! John!?
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International Herald Tribune – Thomas Fuller (Bangkok Haunts)

John Burdett: Detective writer at work in a seedy Bangkok district

As John Burdett ambles down a street packed with girly bars he passes two women in skimpy outfits waving their hands excitedly and calling out, “John! John!” Continue Reading…

 

New York Times – Claudia La Rocco (Bangkok Haunts)

Spicy, Saucy, Subtle, Seasoned: A Thai Meal of Mystery

With ?Bangkok Haunts? John Burdett has now written three delicious detective yarns set in Bangkok?s underbelly, and the only thing that seems more far-fetched than some of his plots is that Hollywood has yet to put any of them on the screen. Continue Reading…

 

The Oregonian – Larry Brooks (Bangkok Haunts)

Bangkok thriller is thoroughly literate and decadent

And now for something completely different. No, really different. In ?Bangkok Haunts,? emerging thriller superstar John Burdett has crafted a mid-air collision between two often contradictory literary sensibilities: those who seek the experience of losing themselves in language and milieu as rich and intoxicating as a Bangkok opium den, and those who want a dark little stroll on the wild side. Continue Reading…