The Last Boat to Samui
Selected Stories of Thailand by William Peskett
Here are just some of the intriguing characters who appear in this new selection of short stories: a lascivious executive who mixes business with pleasure, a depressed sea-captain who threatens to sink his own ferry, a photographer hired to witness a murder and a Thai widow searching for her late husband’s roots in Greece.
Often amusing and sometimes sad, these stories are always touching. William Peskett brings a sensitive and sympathetic eye to bear on a wide variety of situations and an unusual mixture of relationships.
Selected from two previous books of short stories, these tales, one way or another, are about Thailand and the unusual, sometimes eccentric, collection of people who inhabit this exotic part of the world.
The Last Boat to Samui is a new collection of short stories by author William Peskett whose collection of insights into expat life in Pattaya (Thailand’s most extreme city), If You Can’t Stand The Fun, Stay Out Of The Go-Go, received such positive reviews last year. Both books are published in Thailand by Bamboo Sinfonia.
Edition Bamboo Sinfonia
Size 130 x 190 mm
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