In Bangkok, everyone gets the chance to start over. Few questions are asked.
When American criminal defense lawyer Glenn Murray Cohen took a bundle of cash from a murdered client and moved to Thailand and a new life, he thought his troubles were over forever.
Glenn forms friendships and seeks love, spending much of his time at the mysterious NJA Club. After seven years, this pleasant life is threatened when American agents come calling, pressuring him to undertake a dangerous task for which he is woefully unprepared, drawing him into an underbelly of corruption, criminal activity and international intrigue hidden in the shadows of Bangkok.
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Stephen Shaiken practiced criminal law in for more than thirty years, the first four in Brooklyn, and the rest in San Francisco. His decades as a criminal trial lawyer are often embedded in his writing. He is a graduate of Queens College and Brooklyn Law School, and earned an M.A. in Creative Writing from San Francisco State University. He currently splits his time between Bangkok, Thailand, and Tampa, Florida.
Stephen’s short stories have been published in numerous magazine, and several may be read on his blog. Stephen’s two novels are best described as exotic noir thrillers, but he also writes humor, literary, and occasional science fiction stories.
Bangkok Shadows is Stephen’s first novel, featuring the same characters as its sequel, Bangkok Whispers. Follow Stephen on his blog and on Twitter, and sign up for his newsletter, to receive advance notice of Stephen’s future novels and short stories.