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Daveo

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  1. Review - Canterbury Tales Cafe

    These rooms available now, 600 per night
  2. Review - Canterbury Tales Cafe

    This room available 500 baht per night; Includes A/C, Fan, fridge, kettle, free WiFi, en-suite hot shower, table/chairs, sofa, king bed, Flat screen TV, DVD player, electronic safe, many rooms for different budgets, Central Pattaya. Please see; www.canterburytalescafe.com Rooms from 350 per night and deals for longer term.
  3. Review - Canterbury Tales Cafe

    Room 1B available from 4th May
  4. Review - Canterbury Tales Cafe

    I will now continue adding the books in @ Canterbury Tales over on the business thread re Canterbury Tales Bookshop.
  5. Review - Canterbury Tales Cafe

    Secrets of Aromatherapy by Jennie Harding. Traded In recently @ Canterbury Tales Bookshop / Book exchange / Cafe / Guesthouse / Pattaya, Thailand.... The "Secrets of ..." series offer a unique juxtaposition of theory and practice, providing clear, full explanations which demystify each subject and show you the best way to apply it. This title details the key essential oils used. It shows you how to put them to practical use in treating specific problems. Jargon free approach makes aromatherapy easy to understand for the newcomer.
  6. Review - Canterbury Tales Cafe

    Monsignor Quixote by Graham Greene. Traded In recently @ Canterbury Tales Bookshop / Book exchange / Cafe / Guesthouse / Pattaya, Thailand.... In this later novel by Graham Greene, featuring a new introduction, the author continues to explore moral and theological dilemmas through psychologically astute character studies and exciting drama on an international stage. The title character of Monsignor Quixote is a village priest, elevated to the rank of monsignor through a clerical error, who travels to Madrid accompanied by his best friend, Sancho, the Communist ex mayor of the village, in Greene's lighthearted variation on Cervantes.
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    Field Guide to the Mammals of Thailand and Southeast Asia: Thailand, Peninsular Malaysia, Singapore, Myanmar, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia Charles M. Francis. A Traded In recently @ Canterbury Tales Bookshop / Book exchange / Cafe / Guesthouse / Pattaya, Thailand....
  8. Review - Canterbury Tales Cafe

    A Field Guide to the Mammals of Thailand and Southeast Asia: Thailand, Peninsular Malaysia, Singapore, Myanmar, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia Charles M. Francis. Traded In recently @ Canterbury Tales Bookshop / Book exchange / Cafe / Guesthouse / Pattaya, Thailand....
  9. Review - Canterbury Tales Cafe

    Vengeance by George Jonas. Traded In recently @ Canterbury Tales Bookshop / Book exchange / Cafe / Guesthouse / Pattaya, Thailand.... In 1972, 11 Israeli athletes were murdered at the Munich Olympics. This is the chilling account of how they were avenged. First published in 1984, George Jonas’s #1 bestseller Vengeance has become a real-life espionage classic. The story of five ordinary young Israelis whose mission it was to hunt down and kill the terrorists responsible for the massacre of eleven athletes at the 1972 Munich Olympics, Vengeance plunges the reader into an explosive world of terrorism and political murder. This is an account of what happened when five idealistic volunteer agents were sent to track down and kill the central figures of the PLO's Munich operation, told from the point of view of "Avner," a member of the team chosen to avenge the monstrous crime, and the first Mossad agent to come out of "deep cover" to tell his story. His description of the mechanics, the horrors and the unrelenting suspense of this mission surpasses the wildest fabrications of today’s blockbuster movies and best selling crime thrillers. As these men moved from country to country, changing identities and risking their lives, they soon became targets themselves, tracked, hunted and even killed. A profoundly human story, Vengeance explores first hand the revulsion and doubt that came to torment the Israeli agents, inexorably changing their view of the mission and ultimately how they felt about themselves. It is also a stark examination of the timeless concerns that continue to plague our consciousness today: the nature of good and evil, and the difference between right and wrong.
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    Entering Hades: The Double Life of a Serial Killer Mass Market by John Leake. Traded In recently @ Canterbury Tales Bookshop / Book exchange / Cafe / Guesthouse / Pattaya, Thailand.... Prolific author, playwright, bon vivant of the literary set, Hollywood insider. Everybody loved and trusted Jack Unterweger. Unfortunately, eleven women saw a different side to the charmed celebrity: a cold blooded serial killer whose gift for manipulation was genius; pure and evil. While serving a life sentence for the murder of a young girl, Jack Unterweger wrote seven books, saw his critically acclaimed autobiography made into a film, and became a cause celebre among influential Austrian literati who successfully campaigned for his release. Riding high on the fame, he arrived in Los Angeles where he nurtured his career as a journalist. Then, one by one, Hollywood prostitutes started turning up dead. Unterweger covered the story, there was a reason why his reporting of the crimes seemed so vivid. With unprecedented access to Unterweger’s private papers, John Leake peels back the layers of deception to reveal the alarming story of an international celebrity and reviled serial killer and a lifetime of shocking twists no Hollywood screenwriter could have invented.
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    The Family Business by Byron Bales. Traded In recently @ Canterbury Tales Bookshop / Book exchange / Cafe / Guesthouse / Pattaya, Thailand...... An American ex-serviceman vanishes in Manila's sleazy after hours scene, and a foreign businessman turns up dead at the same time. Apparently both were customers at the same honky-tonk dive. One is a love sick loser, but the other is insured for 1.5 million dollars, which he aims to collect on his own body. Enter femme fatale Lori McMillian, who plays the grieving widow to perfection, smoothing the way to big pay days, snaring those unfortunate enough to fall under her spell, including Peter, her jealous partner in crime, and a hapless American consul, a lonely star crossed bureaucrat just fool enough to unwittingly expedite her ambitious scheme. As Lori and Peter leave a trail of dupes and bodies from Manila to LA to New York, they must reluctantly enter into a dangerous and unplanned alliance. Their new and volatile partnership is laced with double and triple crosses where death is the only option for dissolution. Meanwhile a shadowy investigation is unfolding in the background.
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    A Stranger in Tibet: The Adventures of a Wandering Zen Monk by Scott Berry. Traded In recently @ Canterbury Tales Bookshop / Book exchange / Cafe / Guesthouse / Pattaya, Thailand. A Stranger in Tibet: The Adventures of a Wandering Zen Monk To reach the "forbidden city" of Lhasa was the dream of generations of Western explorers. But until 1900 when Kawaguchi Ekai, a young Zen monk, donned a disguise and walked all the way there, few foreigners had ever done so. Clinging staunchly to his chastity; leaving a trail of broken hearts across the Himalayas; oppressed by the cultural impossibility of bathing, yet frequently almost drowned in river crossings; often lost and on the verge of starving or freezing to death; robbed by highwaymen, and taken for a spy; speaking fluently the language of a people he preferred not to understand. This brave, bigoted, and enterprising traveler was eventually to cross Tibet from west to east, study in one of the country's greatest monasteries, and keep his secret there for over a year.
  13. Review - Canterbury Tales Cafe

    Parallel Worlds: A Journey Through Creation, Higher Dimensions, and the Future of the Cosmos by Michio Kaku. Traded In recently @ Canterbury Tales Bookshop / Book exchange / Cafe / Guesthouse / Pattaya, Thailand.... In this thrilling journey into the mysteries of our cosmos, bestselling author Michio Kaku takes us on a dizzying ride to explore black holes and time machines, multidimensional space and, most tantalizing of all, the possibility that parallel universes may lay alongside our own. Kaku skillfully guides us through the latest innovations in string theory and its latest iteration, M-theory, which posits that our universe may be just one in an endless multiverse, a singular bubble floating in a sea of infinite bubble universes. If M-theory is proven correct, we may perhaps finally find answer to the question, “What happened before the big bang?” This is an exciting and unforgettable introduction into the new cutting edge theories of physics and cosmology from one of the pre eminent voices in the field.
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    F. N. G. by Donald Bodey. Traded In recently @ Canterbury Tales Bookshop / Book exchange / Cafe / Guesthouse / Pattaya, Thailand.... Everyone is gunning for the New Guy Gabriel Sauers of Two Squad is a soldier, newly arrived in Vietnam, a country too beautiful to invite so savagely unreal a war. But Gabriel won’t be a New Guy for long. He’ll go through incoming mortars, he’ll see the enemy alive. He’ll wander through a hell that will turn the green recruit lucky enough to survive into a death-hardened veteran, longing for nothing more than a return to the world of hot baths and cold beer, no bullets, and no noise. Now, 40 years later, he is grappling with an action on the verge of his grandson Seth’s deployment to Iraq that will change both their lives forever.
  15. Review - Canterbury Tales Cafe

    America's Deadliest Export: Democracy – The Truth About US Foreign Policy and Everything Else, by William Blum. Traded In recently @ Canterbury Tales Bookshop / Book exchange / Cafe / Guesthouse / Pattaya, Thailand.... For over sixty-five years, the United States war machine has been on automatic pilot. Since World War II we have been conditioned to believe that America's motives in 'exporting' democracy are honorable, even noble. In this startling and provocative book, William Blum, a leading dissident chronicler of US foreign policy and the author of controversial bestseller Rogue State, argues that nothing could be further from the truth. Moreover, unless this fallacy is unlearned, and until people understand fully the worldwide suffering American policy has caused, we will never be able to stop the monster.