By Mike Fook
Published by MF Books
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Published: Nov. 12, 2009
Words: 125,610 (approximate)
Thailand's Sickest is a twisted tale of degenerate expats set in Patong Beach, Thailand at the time of the Boxing Day Tsunami.
Justin, a psychologist on extended vacation, finds a dead German on the beach during the cleanup. Inside his bag is evidence of having committed the sickest of crimes.
Never before has a fiction book, set in Thailand, been written about this subject.
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