The Bangkok Asset by John Burdett (Corsair)
This is the sixth novel in John Burdett’s Bangkok series.
Hero, Sochai Jitpleecheep, is a tortured Buddhist detective with the Royal Thai police force. In this novel, Sonchai and his partner, Inspector Krom, witness a deadly demonstration of superhuman force from a man who appears to be controlled by a CIA operative.
Many questions arise – have the Americans created some sort of super-soldier? Are they testing him in Thailand? Why is everyone turning a blind eye?
The case will take Sonchai to a hidden Cambodian jungle compound for American vets. Here he learns some devastating truths about government secrets and his own demons.
The Bazaar of Bad Dreams by Stephen King (Hodder & Stoughton)
The Bazaar of Bad Dreams is a collection of thrilling stories from bestselling writer Stephen King.
Each story is introduced with a short piece on when, where or how King came to write it.
About the collection, King says: “I made them especially for you. Feel free to examine them, but please be careful. “The best of them have teeth.”
A Game of Thrones Colouring Book by George RR Martin (HarperCollins)
I’ve mentioned before how I much enjoy this latest craze of adult colouring in.
Imagine my excitement when this one landed on my desk – yes, I am a Game of Thrones fanatic.
Here’s an opportunity to experience this epic series in a whole new way. The book features 45 black-and-white illustrations, allowing fans to fill in the blanks with colours that take their fancy.[contact-form-7 404 "Not Found"]
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