11 short stories From 2010 by Les Abbey.
The second volume with 29 new stories is now out - Soi Shanties: Second Helpings.
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).
Les Abbey has been a regular contributor of short stories to the Pattaya Trader magazine for last few years. These 29 stories in the second volume of Sea Shanties date from late 2010 through to the beginning of 2013.
The Stone Buddha's Tears by S.P. Somtow
S.P. Somtow's novel The Stone Buddha's Tears was inspired by a real-life incident in 1991 in which the city of Bangkok, about to host an international conference, decided to throw up a corrugated iron fence around a slum in order to conceal it from passing delegates.
Opus 50 by S.P. Somtow
S.P.Somtow has assembled a collection of essays, poems, and fiction - and tells all about his first published poem from 1967, which earned a lengthy shelf life when it was used as the epigraph for a best-selling autobiography by Shirley MacLaine - to his first professional fiction sale in 1977 - to stories that won major awards like the World Fantasy Award. Here, also, are some of his acerbic commentaries from Thai and US magazines, which rarely shied away from controversial subjects.
Walking Through Bangkok's European Heritage: A DIY Guide by Duncan Stearn
Bangkok is one of the most vibrant cities in the world. Famous for its food, shopping, and nightlife. It also has a rich European-influenced history, with some relics still remaining in the architecture of a variety of well-known tourist attractions, as well as a few that are off the beaten track.