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FARANG By RICHARD WATERS
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Traveller, Alain Deschamps, finds himself drawn into a complex web of deceit and danger, as his best friend Skip is savagely murdered down an alley off Bangkok's Khao San Rd. Could it be he was the... More > intended victim, just like his Grandmother's mytserious death in Paris three weeks earlier? The bodycount is building around him and it has something to do with a serial killer during the Vietnam War thirty yrs ago. But why did his Father leave him a key before he himself perished in the same jungles in Laos, that Alain is being drawn to? The map is at the bottom of his rucksack, but is there anyone left for the farang (outsider) to trust in this land of dolphin-smiles and strange customs?< Less
FARANG By RICHARD WATERS
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Traveller, Alain Deschamps, finds himself drawn into a complex web of deceit and danger, as his best friend Skip is savagely murdered down an alley off Bangkok's Khao San Rd. Could it be he was the... More > intended victim, just like his Grandmother's mytserious death in Paris three weeks earlier? The bodycount is building around him and it has something to do with a serial killer during the Vietnam War thirty yrs ago. But why did his Father leave him a key before he himself perished in the same jungles in Laos, that Alain is being drawn to? The map is at the bottom of his rucksack, but is there anyone left for the farang (outsider) to trust in this land of dolphin-smiles and strange customs?< Less
Farang Fables By Paul Barrett
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Farang Fables is composed of a journal chronicling one foreigner's time living and working in Southern Thailand as a Secondary School English Teacher, as well as the subsequent month he spent... More > traveling solo across SE Asia. It is a story of cultural insight, self discovery, frustration, bottomless bewilderment and the forging of a new outlook on life.< Less
Marcosolo's Farang Thai-Shortstories By Mark Schefer
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Kurzgeschichten 1986-1994
Marcosolo's Farang Thai-Shortstories By Mark Schefer
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Steel Butterflies By Wimon Williams
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The story of a mixed marriage. Of a Thai woman and an absolutely irresistible foreign man who every woman thinks would be the best husband in the world. Unfortunately he is already married to her,... More > and is running always to stay ahead of them. What's a guy to do?< Less
Steel Butterflies By Wimon Williams
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The story of a mixed marriage. Of a Thai woman and an absolutely irresistible foreign man who every woman thinks would be the best husband in the world. Unfortunately he is already married to her,... More > and is running always to stay ahead of them. What's a guy to do?< Less
What Maisie Knew By Henry James
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What Maisie Knew represents one of James's finest reflections on the rites of passage from wonder to knowledge, and the question of their finality. The child of violently divorced parents, Maisie... More > Farange opens her eyes on a distinctly modern world.< Less
What Maisie Knew By Henry James
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Originally serialised in the New Review in 1897 before being published in book form later that year, What Maisie Knew details the fate of a young daughter, Maisie of the title, as she is flung back... More > and forth between divorced parents who care very little about what might be good for her. The narrative follows Maisie's impressions as her parent, Beale and Ida Farange, are divorced, find new partners, passing her back and forth twice a year and change her governess. In its subject matter, What Maisie Knew, is a furious indictment of English society as James saw it, particularly the abdication of parental responsibilities. While life in late Victorian England might seem tame by today's standards, James saw it otherwise and the novel is testament to a society moved by greed and selfishness.< Less