Bernborough by Duncan Stearn is the eBook edition of this definitive book on this famous Australian racehorse.
Following hot the heels of his best seller, Money Number One, Neil Hutchison continues his in-depth investigation into the tourist playground of Pattaya.
11 short stories From 2010 by Les Abbey.
The second volume with 29 new stories is now out - Soi Shanties: Second Helpings.
The English Governess at the Siamese Court - Being Recollections of Six Years in the Royal Palace at Bangkok by Anna Leonowens
The Trembling of a Leaf, Little Stories of the South Sea Islands by W. Somerset Maugham
Pattaya by Night issue 5 from 2009. This is the original full colour Pattaya nightlife magazine.
Miehemme Pattayalla - Vallaton katsaus elämänmenoon Hupikaupungissa - Duncan Stearn
An Australian in China - by George Ernest Morrison - Being the Narrative of a Quiet Journey Across China to Burma
Inside the real Pattaya. This is NOT another novel about the bar scene. This is the REAL thing.
Pattaya by Night issue 4 from 2008. This is the original full colour Pattaya nightlife magazine.
The Nirvana Experiments and Other Tales of Asia by William Page is a collection of ten new stories set in Thailand, India, China, Nepal, Taiwan and Afghanistan. Although the protagonists come from different backgrounds, most of them are engaged in a common venture: the quest for spiritual certitude.
Kicking Dogs by Collin Piprell, surviving Bangkok's boom - Thai style. A comic thriller set in boom-time Bangkok. A fast and funny novel from the author of Bangkok Knights and Yawn (A Thriller).
Detailed Guide for the Khao Yai National Park in Thailand split into sections of landscape, animals and fauna.
A discursive encyclopaedia and one of the world’s most complete and up to date books on herbaceous perennials.
Detalierter Reiseführer des Khao Yai National Parks in Thailand, aufgeteilt in Landschaften, Tiere und Pflanzen.
The Black Gentlemen of Trong Suan - a novel by John McMahon
In Tarts, Touts and Temples, author Duncan Stearn recounts a series of trips and adventures to which many who have been to Southeast Asia can relate. All are true, even if some sound fanciful or a bit too true to be believed. Or as the author says "...I've never been anywhere in southeast Asia since then I didn't like. While some places haven't filled me with a great desire to come back quickly, none have been put on the 'don't go there again' list."
Opium in Thailand by Duncan Stearn
Opium in Thailand traces the history of the trade from its beginnings in the late 17th century and its imposition by the British as a trading item on Siam through to the rise of the famed Golden Triangle and the attempts at suppression from the 1960s onwards.
7 Tips for Long-Term Online Gambling Success by Duncan Stearn
Are you tired of losing? Then become a winner. Why lose your hard-earned money at the races when you could come out ahead? Even if you are a net winner you just know you could be even more profitable?
Pool and its Role in Asian Communism by Colin CotterillA funny and moving tale set during the secret war in Laos