Because of all of its local wisdom, Private Dancer ought to be made available to every tourist at port of entry. (Bernard Trink, Bangkok Post)
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Sex, money and lies. Great insight into the mind of a hooker. It's interesting to see Pete get wiser over time, in a similar way how Walter White gets harder in "Breaking bad"Published 3 months ago by Lz9000
A must read for those guys heading to Thailand the first time. After living there for over 5 years every word in this book is true.Published 4 months ago by Steve
Great story, well written, unique insights into the PFP world. If you engage in PFP activities you really have to read this book. The knowledge will save you time and money $$$!Published 7 months ago by Mogambo
This was a very good read from a unknown writer. I found the story line and the delivery fresh and rewarding. Read morePublished 8 months ago by PAUL
A great book. I live in the Philippines and it is the same story here. So many are sucked into the sex trade; some are indeed killed. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Oilwelldoctor
Just finished reading this book and i must say that Stephen Leather's wonderful "Private Dancer", is probably one of the best books ever written about farang vs bar girl... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Cornelio
This is one of the best books about romance tourism I've ever read. The author does a good job of involving the reader in each character from an alternating first person... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Rico Suave