by Timothy Hallinan
2009 / 368 pages
read by Victor Bevine 11h 43m
I’ve been so meaning to get back to Poke Rafferty in Bangkok, but 1. these are a bit grittier than most of my favorite crime novels and 2. I don’t usually read books in the same series back-to-back. Or so I thought until I realized I’d got all caught up with Tara French and Jussi Adler-Olsen and those are fairly gritty – to say nothing of Don Winslow’s The Cartel and Marlon James’ A Brief History of Seven Killings. So having a bit of time to read my own choices (I’m so addicted to reading group choices) here I am!
As those familiar with the series know, Poke Rafferty is an American travel writer living in Bangkok and in books 1 and 2 married a Thai bar girl and adopted a street urchin. These threads continue in Breathing Water. >>>>MORE>>>>