A Good Death by Christopher R. Cox
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A Good Death Summary
A nail-biting debut mystery that plunges readers into the seamy side streets of late-90s Bangkok and across the untamed mountains of the Lao-Vietnam border, hot on the heels of an alluring woman who's officially dead unless she's masterminded a half-million-dollar life-insurance scam.
A Good Death Reviews
"Starred Review. A story that channels Conrad, Kipling, and Francis Ford Coppola
An insightful, transcendent adventure...A Good Death is another example of the only positive to emerge from the Vietnam War - fine writing." Booklist
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An award-winning journalist, Christopher R. Cox has written on and traveled extensively through Southeast Asia for more than 20 years. His work has appeared in The Boston Herald, Reader's Digest, Conde Nast Traveler, Audubon, Men's Journal and ESPN: The Magazine.
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