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Another steller addition to what I think is one of the best mystery series in the market now.
This is the third of Colin Cotterill's novels of Dr. Siri Paiboun, the spry and wily septuagenarian national coroner for the Democratic People's Republic of Laos.
This time, Dr. Siri and Dtui are called to investigate a mummified body found at an inappropriate place and at an inappropriate time.
Wonderful use of language and inventive storytelling set in a historical period most people here are unfamiliar with. wish I had read these books before going to Laos.Published 13 days ago by SC
The third novel in the Dr. Siri series adds another even more complexity to the several mysteries and important characters in the first and second installments. Read morePublished 16 days ago by bookaddict
Another charming Dr Siri adventure. The characters are fully developed and the story line is intriguing. I highly recommend this series.Published 1 month ago by BookFan
For anyone who has read any of these great stories it is good to fill in gaps and learn the background of some characters. Read morePublished 1 month ago by zen I
Very enjoyable, a little history and a murder with twists and turns.An easy read with a team from The Coroners lunch.Published 1 month ago by Marcella
Dr Siri's stories are brilliantly told light hearted and a wonderfully humourous look at life through his strongly communistic eyes facetiously told because it, communism, fails... Read morePublished 1 month ago by askjeana
Every book adds new dimensions to these wonderful characters and, at the same time, giving more insight into Laos, a mysterious and fascinating countryPublished 2 months ago by Lisa Watson
My mind keeps going back to one scene in this book. As Dr Siri looks at the amphitheater full of dancing people he realizes he's see the dead Laotians that lived their whole lives... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Teri Boyd
Another fantastic outing for Siri. Not the best yet but still fabulous. Thoroughly enjoy these stories as a funny and endearing journey around Laos. Read morePublished 4 months ago by StrangeTrout