Christopher G. Moore Updates: 14 August 2015

Dear Readers:

This week Iíve reviewed Timothy Hallinanís The Hot Countries. It is the latest in the Poke Rafferty series set in Bangkok. For those who love Bangkok, Timothy Hallinanís series, set amongst the expat community, is not to be missed.

You can read my review here.

Also for another inspiring read, turn to Father Joeís latest story (it appeared in the Bangkok Post) from the Bangkok slums next to Port and read his thought provoking and moving tale titled Branching Out in Klong Toey.

If you love Father Joeís stories from Klong Toey, then should read The Open Gate of Mercy by Father Joe. It makes a perfect gift for someone with a big heart.

Keep yourself sane by indulging in weekend of good reading.



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