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Five foreigners have died in Bangkok. Were they drugging overdose victims? Or victims of a serial killer? Calvino believes the evidence points to a serial killer who stalks tourists in Bangkok. The Thai police, including Colonel Pratt, don't buy his theory. Calvino teams up with an LAPD officer on a bodyguard assignment. Hidden forces pull them through swank shopping malls, rundown hotels, Klong Toey slum, and bars in the red light district as they try to keep their man and themselves alive. As Calvino learns more about the bodies being shipped back to America, the secret of the serial killer is revealed.

©1999 Christopher G. Moore (P)2012 Aquarium Audio Books

Critic Reviews

"The story is plausible and riveting to the end." (The Japan Times)
"A colourful piece, rich in action, of detective literature." (Title Magazin.de)
"Cold hit definitely is one of those books you will not want to put down." (Pattaya Mail)

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Maybe it gets better after awhile - I bailed

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

No, there are so many better examples of the genre. I stopped the book after the first couple of chapters. It's not "bad" exactly. It's more like "meh".

What three words best describe Dan Russell’s performance?

Dan Russell did an adequate job as narrator. It's just the book itself that couldn't hold my interest.

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