My Thai Story

Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
We all have a dream of how we would like our life to be, but most of us compromise and settle for far less. I was guilty of the doing the same. Stuck in a rut. A burnt out and washed up police detective who drinks and smokes too much and was just letting life pass me by, hoping one day it would all change and life would get better. More

Available formats: epub mobi pdf rtf lrf pdb txt html

First 20% Sample: mobi (Kindle) lrf pdb Online Reader
Published by booksmango
Words: 50,790
Language: English
ISBN: 9786162220630
About Guy Lilburne

Guy Lilburne has been a policeman for 28 years and a detective for the last 25 years. He has worked in CID, murder squads, drugs squad,vice squad, special enquiries, and serious crime squads. He has also worked in a specialist Covert Unit and more recently in a Cold Case Review Squad. He has been writing for over twenty years but this is his first book to come to public attention. He is currently writing the follow up book entitled 'The Kiss of the Dragon'.

Also by This Author

Also by This Publisher

Reviews

Review by: Paco Suarez on July 31, 2014 :
Good, interesting and seemingly honest story..!!!

I really enjoyed reading this story. Being married myself to a lady from the Northeast of Thailand, I can relate to many points of this story. There are some typos and maybe some small inaccuracies, but it doesn't make the story less enjoyable. It reads like a very honest account and surely it sounds like quite plausible. The way he tells about life in a Thai village and with a Thai family, is surely very well told. The phone calls from that male that Jee kept getting, had me intrigued. It is a real pity, that it didn't work our for them at the end, and I was wondering if those phone calls may have been related to the outcome? I really hope that Guy may write one day "My Thai Story 2". I know that he now lives in Thailand, and I think that it would be great to know, how it all worked out for him at the end, and if he maybe heard about Jee again.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Report this book