One Night in Bangkok and the World’s Your Oyster*

Here’s a post close to my heart: Margot Kinberg blogs about crime novels set in Bangkok. And yes, Jayne Keeney gets a mention.

About Angela Savage

Angela Savage is a Melbourne writer, who has lived and travelled extensively in Asia. She won the 2004 Victorian Premier’s Literary Award for an unpublished manuscript, and the 2011 Scarlet Stiletto Award short story award. Angela holds a PhD in Creative Writing and currently works as Director of Writers Victoria.
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8 Responses to One Night in Bangkok and the World’s Your Oyster*

  1. Margot Kinberg says:

    Thanks, Angela, for passing along my post. And really, how could I write about crime fiction set in Bangkok and not mention Jayne??


  2. kathy d. says:

    Whatever I know about Bangkok and Thailand, in general, I know from Jayne’s adventures. Hope she keeps on teaching me for a long time.


  3. kathy d. says:

    I am so enjoying The Dying Beach. Haven’t had much reading time lately, but I pick up the book every time I have some free moments. Just read the part about Jane and her partner posing as possible investors in the golf course. I was laughing about the mishap Pamela had and enjoy the politics of it.


  4. kathy d. says:

    Factoid: According to the Sept. 8 New York Times magazine, the most visited city in the world is Bangkok.


  5. kathy d. says:

    Yes! True. When will The Dying Beach be available over here in the States? I can think of a few people to whom I’d like to give it as a gift, especially as it deals with environmental issues.


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