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Characters × Lost Innocence ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Michael an artist charged with a crime he claims he didn’t commit and John a self confessed heroin smuggler are brought together in the primitive and over crowded prison infamously known as the BANGKOK HILTON Michael fights for his freedom while John resignedHer way to succeed in what seems a hopeless case Meanwhile in order to survive the most appalling conditions in jail Michael and John must make the best of a dire situation as they wait for their separate fates to be decided Will justice be served or will they see out the next ten years in that hell hole of a priso. 35 full review to followLost Innocence is the first part of a story set in Thailand We join Michael in a Bangkok prison From reading Lost Innocence I have certainly been given a lasting idea of the lives these inmates endured within the prisonWe learn that Michael is there due to a claim that he has raped and beaten an underage Thai girl Michael says that he was only sketching the girl and he remembers her leading him to his bed where he fell asleep without touching the girlMichael's options are slim he can pay a substantial amount of money to be released or he can stay in prison and await a trial Michael chooses to stay in prison and fight the charges; which leads to his father and grandfather coming out to Thailand tooCan they prove Michael's innocenceThis is my first book by Simon that I've read and the first on this subject After talking to Simon on Facebook I was intrigued and decided to try it I have enjoyed reading something so different The book was full of details and this helped me to picture the scenes in my own headSimon has done a grand job of transporting me into the heart of this story I can honestly say that I felt as though I was experiencing the hell of prison with MichaelMichael's father; Stan and Grandfather; Nigel appear to have a strained relationship but I'm unsure why; maybe this needs a little bit of a back story; unless its in part 2There is also some swapping between first and third person narrative which doesn't uite work for me personally especially as the first person tends to be Michael who is stuck in prison so isn't the main character all the way throughSimon has paid attention to detail throughout and his descriptions of some events are detailed and in depth Aside from my uncertainty over Stan and Nigel's relationship and the firstthird person narrative this is a good book and a really good place to startI have enjoyed reading Lost Innocence and I will read the next installment to see how things pan out for Michael

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Grandfather a once brilliant lawyer is brought out of retirement and flies to Bangkok to fight a case in a city where justice is bought and sold to the highest bidder and corruption is the oil that greases the wheels in the Land of Smiles Running out of time and unable to find the only witness he searches for anot. This is the first book I have read by this author and it certainly won’t be my last This author really knows how to grab his reade’rs attention and hold it I didn’t want to put the book down as I was completely caught up in the story and couldn’t wait to find out what would happen next This is the only book I have ever read like this and the author has an excellent way of pulling you into the story and really feel for these characters I just bought the 2nd part to this and I am so anxious to read it I give this book 5 stars and can’t wait to read the next part I highly recommend this book

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Lost InnocenceMichael an artist charged with a crime he claims he didn’t commit and John a self confessed heroin smuggler are brought together in the primitive and over crowded prison infamously known as the BANGKOK HILTON Michael fights for his freedom while John resigned to his fate wants only to regain his dignity Michael's. Lost Innocence by Simon Palmer is a compelling suspense drama centered on an injustice done in a foreign courtroom and a father’s struggle to earn his son’s freedom The conflict draws three generations together as Stan is forced to implore his own father out of retirement to join in the legal battle Nigel is persuaded to leave the side of his wife Doris in hopes of freeing Michael who is serving major time in what is derisively known as the Bangkok Hilton The father and son team fly to Thailand where they recruit Pang a taxicab driver who knows the Land of Smiles for what it truly is Their detective work brings them closer to the truth though time becomes a major factor for Michael in this well crafted thrillerThe elements of irony and contrast are richly blended into Palmer’s narrative The author captures the essence of the Oriental philosophy as the Thais prove to be both fatalistic and detached in matters of life and death It clashes with the Europeans’ core values as they are appalled by the indigenous attitude of both the community and its legal system The feeling is accentuated by Palmer’s use of first and third person narrative allowing us to see the inside of the prison through Michael’s eyes while placing us alongside Nigel as he seeks to penetrate the mysterious environment that threatens to overcome them all We are also entranced by the odd fellowship between Michael and his fellow prisoner John Michael has been falsely imprisoned while John is a convicted drug dealer The novel pays tribute to prison epics such as Midnight Express as we hang on tight to find out whether justice prevails or the crooked system is to claim another victim in the final reelFor readers looking for a tightly wound page turner Lost Innocence by Simon Palmer will keep you locked in with Michael Walker until Nigel finds a way to get you out