--Janet Maslin, The New York Times
--Publishers Weekly (Starred Review)
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I have been a fan of Colin Cotterill's since the first book in the Siri Paiboun series.
In summary: a good yarn, interesting and diverting plot, great characters, really well written in an engaging colloquial style and very funny.
I found this book somewhat tedious, the plot was far too complex, not really believable and not that engaging.
Really enjoying this new group of eccentric characters. Not quite as engaging as Dr. Siri Paiboun and his posse but fun nonentheless.Published 7 days ago by Toby Pearlstein
I have read some of the reader reviews of this book and they are kind of all over the place. I for one do not understand it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by GaryE
Like many other fans of Colin Cotterill's Dr. Siri novels, I started his first Jimm Juree mystery with some misgivings about whether it would measure up. Read morePublished 4 months ago by bookaddict
a must read for everyone who loves thailand, crime novels and is getting bored by all the scandinavian and english classics.
really a refreshing change.
The characters are well worth this fast read. Our varied book group unanimously recommends this book. Unusual insight into main sleuth's personality!Published 12 months ago by Betty J Lusina
Great book...humorous & intelligently written murder mystery! Cotterill surprised me with his excellent writing... Read morePublished 12 months ago by mezzabelle
If you like Colin Cotterill's Laotian detective series, try his new laid back beach series featuring a young female journalist and her eccentric family.Published 13 months ago by mary langlois