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This room 10,000 per month
Central Pattaya Guesthouse - close to LK Metro - next to Soi Buakhao......Well equipped rooms, Include A/C, fan, fridge, kettle, Free WiFi, en-suite, balcony, King bed, electronic safe, flat screen TV, DVD player, etc - rooms from 350 per night, deals for longer term.
 
Canterbury Tales Bookshop - Cafe - Guesthouse - #Pattaya

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Fighter: The True Story of the Battle of Britain, by Len Deighton.....

Traded in @ Canterbury Tales Book exchange....

 

Book captured the imagination of the battles over Britain, great book...

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A Therapist's Story: Michael McKenna tells of his own very personal and moving journey from a life of abuse, violence and addiction to becoming a Harley Street Psychotherapist
by Michael McKenna.....
 
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Harley Street, London, is known as the centre of excellence for all things medical, including psychotherapeutic and psychological support.
The chances of Michael McKenna finding himself working as a psychotherapist there was slim, to say the least.
The road to Harley Street would offer Michael a range of challenges, which included coming to terms with his own childhood sexual abuse, surviving gang warfare in one of Glasgow’s tougher neighbourhoods, spending time in a detention unit where he was strangled and resuscitated, and then by becoming alcohol and drug dependent and all before he reached sixteen!
Now in his fifties, Michael works for some of the world’s leading organisations as an international executive coach and psychotherapist.
These days he can be found working in various fields: from supporting hostages to assisting leaders and leadership teams in any one of eight countries across three continents.
 

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Nelson: The Sword of Albion by John Sugden
 
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The most authoritative and intimate portrait written of Horatio Nelson
 
In this epic biography of British history's most celebrated naval commander, acclaimed historian John Sugden separates fact from myth to offer a powerful portrait of the military hero of Trafalgar.
 
As was true of the Sugden's riveting account of Horatio Nelson's early years (Nelson: A Dream of Glory, 2005), this comprehensive life of Lord Nelson is built from largely overlooked primary documents, letters, and diaries that reach across two centuries to invite us to share Nelson's multifaceted life in the Napoleonic Wars.
 
The Sword of Albion offers the sweep and intimacy of first-rate historical fiction, revealing the interior lives, for example, of Lord Nelson's wife, Fanny and family and the caring and more passionate Emma, Lady Hamilton, who nursed the war-weary hero back to health in Naples and London after his brilliant victory over the Spanish fleet at Cape St. Vincent in 1797 and the stunning defeat at Tenerife that cost Nelson his right arm.
 
Today's reader comes to understand that every obstacle in Nelson's path was attacked head-on with an Achilles-like ferocity and resolve.
Yet his life was no steady upward trajectory; it was instead plagued by injuries and debt for the commoner admiral in a royal navy and English society dominated by lineage and property.
As Sugden points out, "His life was a mission with the essence of a tour de force, hurrying toward a bloody climax that would change the fate of empires."

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The Double Eagle (Tom Kirk #1) by James Twining.....
 
@ Canterbury Tales Bookshop book exchange - Cafe...
 
They are the most valuable coins on earth . . .
Only a handful still exist, each one worth millions . . .
Now they have vanished from an impenetrable
fortress . . .
and the killings have begun.
 
Somehow, impossibly, someone has invaded Fort Knox and stolen five of the world's last remaining Double Eagles, the $20 gold coin ordered destroyed by President Roosevelt during the Great Depression.
Now, one has resurfaced during an autopsy in France, in the stomach of a murdered priest.
 
Disgraced FBI agent Jennifer Browne needs to recover the priceless coins to resuscitate her stalled career and her investigation is pointing her toward Tom Kirk, a brilliant international art thief who wants to get out of the game.
But Kirk's only chance for freedom and survival, is to find the missing coins, joining Browne, an unlikely ally, on a breakneck race across the globe and into the lethal heart of a shocking conspiracy of greed and power . . . and death.

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Sniper Elite: One-Way Trip by Scott McEwen.
 
Traded In recently @ Canterbury Tales Bookshop / Book exchange / Cafe / Guesthouse / Pattaya...
 
From the coauthor of Chris Kyle’s American Sniper: In direct defiance of the president’s orders, Navy Master Chief Gil Shannon, one of America’s most lethal SEAL snipers, launches a bold mission comprised of SEAL Team Six and Delta Force fighters to free a captured female helicopter pilot being held by Taliban insurgents in Afghanistan.
 
The president is afraid a botched rescue could jeopardize US foreign policy as well as end his presidency.
But once the special ops community learns that one of their own, the first female helicopter pilot of the Army’s elite 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (SOAR) is being held and brutally mistreated, there is no executive order strong enough to stop them from attempting to rescue her.
 
This fast paced, action packed thriller with incredibly realistic and blistering battles introduces a new American hero, Gil Shannon, whose iron will and expertise with the .308 Remington Modular sniper rifle will spell the difference between freedom and an ignoble death for America’s female POW.

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When The War Was Over: Cambodia And The Khmer Rouge Revolution, by Elizabeth Becker.

In Now @ Canterbury Tales Bookshop / Book exchange / Guesthouse / Cafe, Pattaya.

Award-winning journalist Elizabeth Becker started covering Cambodia in 1973 for The Washington Post, when the country was perceived as little more than a footnote to the Vietnam War. 
Then, with the rise of the Khmer Rouge in 1975 came the closing of the border and a systematic reorganization of Cambodian society. Everyone was sent from the towns and cities to the countryside, where they were forced to labor endlessly in the fields. 
The intelligentsia were brutally exterminated, and torture, terror, and death became routine. 
Ultimately, almost two million people, nearly a quarter of the population, were killed in what was one of this century's worst crimes against humanity.
When the War Was Over is Elizabeth Becker's masterful account of the Cambodian nightmare. Encompassing the era of French colonialism and the revival of Cambodian nationalism; 1950's Paris, where Khmer Rouge leader Pol Pot received his political education; the killing fields of Cambodia; government chambers in Washington, Paris, Moscow, Beijing, Hanoi, and Phnom Penh; and the death of Pol Pot in 1998; this is a book of epic vision and staggering power. Merging original historical research with the many voices of those who lived through the times and exclusive interviews with every Cambodian leader of the past quarter century,
When the War Was Over illuminates the darkness of Cambodia with the intensity of a bolt of lightning.

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THREE HARLEYS, THREE AUSSIES, ONE AMERICAN DREAM: A 5,000-mile Motorcycle Adventure around the USA
by Stephen W. Starling.....
 
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Three Harleys, Three Aussies, One American Dream puts you in the saddle for an exhilarating ride around the USA in search of the real America.
 
Join three Australian baby boomers racing down twisty back roads to explore magnificent national parks, experience the buzz of exciting cities, and soak up the atmosphere of famous attractions.
Along the way you will meet a fascinating mix of characters, including backwoods trappers, devout Mormons, multimillionaires, and the fearsome bikers of the Harley Brotherhood.
 
This adventure brings to life the challenges of crossing snowbound mountain passes and burning deserts, and risking too many nights in slick city blues bars and rowdy country honky-tonks.
The strains of hard traveling expose raw emotions between the three buddies, but these tensions dissolve in the reckless escapades that ultimately rebuild their bonds of friendship.
 
More than just a terrific traveller’s tale, the book reflects on the country’s tumultuous history and depicts the diversity of peoples and lifestyles in contemporary USA, and asks the question: Is the iconic American Dream fading?
 
Contains 10 Route Maps, Planning Itineraries, and 10 Descriptive Travelogues

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Nightmare in Bangkok by Andy Botts.....
 
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Nightmare In Bangkok is a nonfiction account of an intuitive criminal who dreamt his fate.
Born and raised in Hawaii, Andy began his criminal lifestyle as a professional thief.
After over a decade of close calls, escapes, crime sprees and Hawaiian prisons, he was arrested for drug-trafficking in Bangkok.
The penalty was execution by gunshot to the head.
The characters all all real, and everything is factual; verifiable by court documents, government files, newspaper articles, witnesses and photos.
This isn't a how to book, nor is it intended to glamorize crime and drug abuse.
The message is that everything happens for a reason, and the worst happens for the best.
There is no luck.

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Thai Private Eye by Warren Olson
 
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Also the name of the investigation agency he started in the mid 90's.
This book features another collection of investigation reports from the man who was once Thailand’s most famous farang private investigator.
The first book was penned by ace author Steven Leather but Steve wasn’t involved with this project and I wondered whether it would capture the same feeling that the original effort did.
I need not have been concerned.
While it has a slightly different feel to it, it's well written and pacy, in fact it's a real page turner.
 
Warren goes into detail and provides fascinating and insightful explanation of just why he carried out investigations the way he did.
You can get right inside the investigator's head as he explains not only all the steps in the investigation but just why he chose to do it that way, and not another.
This brings real value for not only is it an enjoyable readout you learn about not just relationships, but Thai culture too, something Warren clearly has a superior understanding of.
 
One drawback with Thai Private Eye concerns the editing which just had to have been be done by someone not familiar with Thailand.
Rather a lot of factual errors slipped through as well as others that should have been picked up, wherever the editor happened to be.
Claiming the redundancy pay doesn’t exist in Thailand is embarrassing when it is a massive part of Labour law and has been for a long time.
When a man from Switzerland starts talking about all the Euros he is prepared to send, you start to wonder and when it is suggested that to get from Bangkok to Pattaya you drive north you wonder how that investigation ended.
 
Overall, this is an excellent read and is highly recommended. Not only is it fun and interesting, odds are you'll learn a lot from it too.....

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The Chinaman (Mike Cramer #1) by Stephen Leather
Now a film named the Foreigner from the book....
 
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The "Chinaman" understood death. Jungle-skilled, silent and lethal, he had killed for the Viet Cong and then for the Americans.
He had watched helpless when his two eldest daughters had been raped and killed by Thai Pirates.
Now all that was behind him.
Quiet, hard working and unassuming, he was building up his South London takeaway business.
Until the day his wife and youngest daughter were murdered by an IRA bomb.
Then he began to ask the authorities who were the men responsible, what was being done and was turned away, fobbed off, treated as a nuisance.
Which was when the Chinaman, denied justice, decided on revenge...and went back to war.

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Far From True by Linwood Barclay.....
 
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Linwood Barclay delivers the second spine-chilling thriller set in the troubled town of Promise Falls, following the electrifying cliffhanger ending of Broken Promise...
 
After the screen of a run-down drive-in movie theater collapses and kills four people, the daughter of one of the victims asks private investigator Cal Weaver to look into a recent break-in at her father’s house.
Cal discovers a hidden basement room where it’s clear that salacious activities have taken place—as well as evidence of missing DVDs.
But his investigation soon becomes more complicated when he realizes it may not be discs the thief was actually interested in....
 
Meanwhile, detective Barry Duckworth is still trying to solve two murders, one of which is three years old, he believes are connected, since each featured a similar distinctive wound.
 
As the lies begin to unravel, Cal is headed straight into the heart of a dark secret as his search uncovers more startling truths about Promise Falls.
And when yet another murder happens, Cal and Barry are both driven to pursue their investigations, no matter where they lead.
Evil deeds long thought buried are about to haunt the residents of this town, as the sins of the past and present collide with terrifying results.

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Harry's Game by Gerald Seymour...
 
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A British cabinet minister is gunned down by an IRA assassin, leaving an undercover agent to track down the killer before he himself is killed.
In the wake of a national outcry, Harry Brown is sent in to find out what he can, with the killer having disappeared in the city of Belfast.
For Harry Brown, suspicion is cast upon him from as soon as he arrives in Belfast, during the height of The Troubles, where a single wrong move could result in your immediate danger.

Gerald Seymour (born 25 November 1941 in Guildford, Surrey) is a British writer.

The son of two literary figures, he was educated at Kelly College at Tavistock in Devon and took a BA Hons degree in Modern History at University College London. Initially a journalist, he joined ITN in 1963, covering such topics as the Great Train Robbery, Vietnam, Ireland, the Munich Olympics massacre, Germany's Red Army, Italy's Red Brigades and Palestinian militant groups. His first book, Harry's Game, was published in 1975, and Seymour then became a full-time novelist, living in the West Country. In 1999, he featured in the Oscar-winning television film, One Day in September, which portrayed the Munich Olympics massacre.
Television adaptations have been made of his books Harry's Game, The Glory Boys, The Contract, Red Fox, Field Of Blood, A Line In The Sand and The Waiting Time.

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Spartacus: The Gladiator (Spartacus #1) by Ben Kane
 
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Historically very little is known about Spartacus. We know that he came from Thrace, a land north of Greece, that he once fought in the Roman legions and that, during two fateful years, he led a slave army which nearly brought Rome to its knees.
 
In Ben Kane's brilliant novel, we meet Spartacus as he returns to Thrace, ready to settle down after a decade away.
But a new king has usurped the throne.
Treacherous and violent, he immediately seizes Spartacus and sells him to a Roman slave trader looking for new gladiators.
 
The odyssey has begun which will see Spartacus become one of the greatest legends of history, the hero of revolutionaries from Karl Marx to Che Guevara, immortalised on screen, and now brought to life in Ben Kane's great bestseller, a novel which takes the story to its halfway point and is continued in Spartacus: Rebellion.

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Conn Iggulden - British author who writes historical fiction, most notably the Emperor series and Conqueror series.
He also co-authored The Dangerous Book for Boys along with his brother Hal Iggulden.
In 2007, Iggulden became the first person to top the UK fiction and non-fiction charts at the same time.

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Dispatches by Michael Herr.....
 
Traded in recently @ Canterbury Tales Bookshop - book exchange - Cafe - Guesthouse.....
 
Written on the front lines in Vietnam, Dispatches became an immediate classic of war reportage when it was published in 1977.
From its terrifying opening pages to its final eloquent words, Dispatches makes us see, in unforgettable and unflinching detail, the chaos and fervor of the war and the surreal insanity of life in that singular combat zone.
Michael Herr’s unsparing, unorthodox retellings of the day-to-day events in Vietnam take on the force of poetry, rendering clarity from one of the most incomprehensible and nightmarish events of our time.
 
Dispatches is among the most blistering and compassionate accounts of war in our literature.

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Agent M: The Lives and Spies of MI5's Maxwell Knight
by Henry Hemming.....
 
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Spying is the art of knowing who to trust-and who to betray.
 
Maxwell Knight was perhaps the greatest spymaster in history, rumored to be the real-life inspiration for the James Bond character "M."
He did more than anyone in his era to combat the rising threat of fascism in Britain during World War II, in spite of his own history inside this movement.
He was also truly eccentric, a thrice married jazz aficionado who kept a menagerie of exotic pets and almost totally unqualified for espionage.
 
Yet he had a gift for turning practically anyone into a fearless secret agent.
Knight's work revolutionized British intelligence, pioneering the use of female agents, among other accomplishments.
In telling Knight's remarkable story, Agent M also reveals for the first time in print the names and stories of some of the men and women recruited by Knight, on behalf of MI5, who were asked to infiltrate the country's most dangerous political organizations.
 
Drawing on a vast array of original sources, Agent M reveals not only the story of one of the world's greatest intelligence operators, but the sacrifices and courage required to confront fascism during a nation's darkest time.

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Some of the books traded in this weekend @ Canterbury Tales Bookshop * Book exchange * Cafe * Guesthouse * Pattaya....
 

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My Autobiography by A.P. McCoy.....
 
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Tony McCoy is incredibly driven.
Fighting his way to the top from a tough, Northern Irish background, he has collected fifteen consecutive jockey of the year titles, yet lives in fear of slipping from the pinnacle.
His record-breaking 3,000th win is behind him, and the chances are that he'll quit while ahead in 2011.
This autobiography looks at life at the top in National Hunt racing, he achieved his lifetime ambition in April 2010 when he won the Grand National at Aintree on Don't Push It.
It was his fifteenth attempt to win the race, a victory he described as 'surreal' in a career in which he had already won all there was to win.
Tony was the first to ride 2,000 then 3,000 winners and no matter how many winners he notches up, he says: "it probably won't be enough.
I never stop dreaming of the day I'll reach 4,000."

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Man Belong Mrs Queen: Adventures with the Philip Worshippers by Matthew Baylis.....
 
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As a bookish child growing up on Merseyside in the 1980's, Matthew Baylis identified with the much-mocked Prince Philip as a fellow outsider.
He even had a poster of him on his bedroom wall.
Years later, his Philip-worship long behind him, Baylis heard about the existence of a Philip cult on the South Sea island of Tanna.
Why was it there?
Nobody had a convincing answer.
Nobody even seemed to want to find one.
His curiosity fatally piqued, the author travelled over 10,000 miles to find a society both remote and slap-bang in the shipping-lanes of history, a place where US airmen, Lithuanian libertarians, Corsican paratroopers and Graeco-Danish Princes have had as much impact as the missionaries and the slave-traders.
On the rumbling slopes of this remarkable volcanic island, banjaxed by daily doses of the local narcotic, suffering from a diet of yams and regularly accused of being a divine emissary of the Duke, Baylis uncovered a religion unlike any other on the planet.
Self-deprecating, hilarious and almost incredibly, true, this is travel writing at its horizon-expanding best.

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Apsara Jet by Nicholas Merriwether.....
 
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Set in Thailand, Cambodia and Myanmar, it is the story of a down and out pilot who gets a job offer that seems just a little too good to be true.
The story takes place in this exotic part of the world, both in the air and on the ground, including some of the more salubrious locations that South East Asia is known for.
It features some very heavy duty sex scenes, the sort of thing that you are more likely to find in literature aimed at females.
 
What I liked: Great descriptions of both places that I know, and places that I don't know, the characters are built up nicely and the story moves along at a good pace.
This one would make a great movie, though certain parts of it may have to be cut for fear of it becoming the world's most expensive porn flick!
There are a few references in the book that make you realise that Nicolas is a patriotic American and good on him for not laying down and bending over to all of the politically correct bullshit that makes us white males public enemy #1 in much of the developed world.
Nicolas calls it as he sees it, he's a bloke's bloke and hell, I both like that and give him top marks for it too.

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The Wedding Guest (Alex Delaware #34) by Jonathan Kellerman.....
 
@ Canterbury Tales Bookshop - book exchange - Cafe - Guesthouse.....
 
The electrifying new Alex Delaware thriller from global bestseller Jonathan Kellerman. First comes love...then comes murder.
In the middle of a 'Saints and Sinners' themed wedding, a bridesmaid finds a young woman's corpse collapsed in the bathroom.
None of the wedding guests claim to know the well-dressed victim but psychologist Alex Delaware and detective Milo Sturgis aren't so convinced.

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