Bangkok Haunts Reviews
Starred Review: "Expertly juggling elements that in lesser hands would become confused or hackneyed, Burdett has created a haunting, powerful story that transcends genre." - PW.
Starred Review:His third effort goes further, building on the exquisite moral ambiguity implicit in both setting and hero with tighter plotting and, if possible, an even more potent mix of underworld seaminess, startling tenderness, and Buddhist wisdom .... certainly the genre's most intriguing sleuth."
"Burdett holds our attention throughout a breezy tale reminiscent of the late, great Ross Thomass byzantine Asian-inflected capers." Kirkus Reviews.
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