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review Behind the Night Bazaar Ö eBook or Kindle ePUB ì Investigating murder child prostitution and corruption—all in a day's work for kickass PI Jayne Keeney The first in a series of funny gripping crime novels set in Thailand Behind the Night Bazaar introduces us to this likeable thirty something private investigator workinAar introduces us to this likeable thirty something private investigator working undercover in a place where she can do anything but blend inAustralian author Angela Savage spent six years liv. Review from Asia Thrills “Behind the Night Bazaar” the first in a series introduces us to feisty Australian private detective Jayne Keeney living and working in BangkokShe is trailing a Thai woman suspected by her American husband of having an affair But matters turn nasty and Jayne is attacked with a knife When she recovers she decides it is time to visit her dear Canadian friend Didier in Chiang MaiBut as the book’s back cover tells us murder is in the air Didier’s gay lover is killed and then the police shoot and kill Didier himself ostensibly for trying to fleeJayne highly resourceful as well as fluent in Thai starts to investigate And along the way we learn a lot about local social issues such as the sex trade and problems with HIVAIDS the author Angela Savage set up and headed an Australian Red Cross HIVAIDS program in the regionBut best of all is the manner in which the author evokes the sights and the sounds and smells of Thailand It is this together with a fast paced narrative and a likeable heroine that makes “Behind the Night Bazaar” such a pleasurable read

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Ing in Southeast Asia and has written a credible vivid and hugely fun portrait of a place she clearly loves Book three in the Jayne Keeney PI series The Dead Beach will be published in late 20. Behind the Night Bazaar stars Thirty something Australian Jayne Keeney who works as a PI in Bangkok Shaken by a serious incident she heads north to visit her close friend Didier in Chiang MaiThere she runs foul of the villainous policeman Lieutenant Colonel Ratratarn who's idea of policing would put the Borgias to shame There's a corpse of course it belongs to a close friend of Jane's who works on AIDS prevention with Chiang Mai's gay community the gay bars behind the Chiang Mai night bazaar figure prominently in the story We soon discover that the Lt Colonel is the murderer Jane's job is to find out whyWith some help from Arthur Conan Doyle she digs deep past the tacky glamour of the city's clubs and bars arrogant expats corrupt officials and a steamy affair to find out just what happened behind the Night BazaarIt's a good read strong characterisation love Jane well realised local setting and some real humour far to often novels that claim to be funny aren't Very funny passage about third way through academic sex researcher with Jayne as interpreter and Thai bar girlSo Nalissa how did you come to be forced into sex workJayne hesitated Do you want me to translate that literallyWhy notJayne explains that in Thai you'd use euphemisms bar work or similar; also the uestion assumes that the girl was forced into bar workWell yes Moira frowned For the sake of my research the meaning must be very clear and specificJayne shrugs and asks the uestionI understand a little English Nalissa says in Thai You're right I wasn't forced to do this work It was my choice But the farang doesn't want to hear that So we make up stories to please her Tell her my father was an opium addict or somethingJayne turned to Moira Nalissa says her father was an opium addictMoira brows knitted wrote it down in her notebook Go onWhat do I say next Jayne asked in ThaiThat was good Nalissa said Make it up tell her I was sold to pay for my father's addictionThe family was very poor Jayne said in English Nalissa was the eldest child and the most beautiful of the daughtersDee mark Nalissa said I like that You know I came here on my own to find work I studied up to middle school but there was no senior school in our area When I got to Chiang Mai I could earn one hundred baht for working twelve hours a day in garment factory and those places are so hot or I could make the same just sitting here in an air con bar drinking with a customer for ten minutesAngela Savage is a Melbourne based writer with a series of crime novels set in late 1990s Thailand Behind the Night Bazaar won the 2004 Victorian Premier's Literary Award for an unpublished manuscriptand she is a winner of the Scarlett Stiletto Award and has twice been shortlisted for Ned Kelly awardsI really enjoyed this

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Behind the Night BazaarInvestigating murder child prostitution and corruption all in a day's work for kickass PI Jayne Keeney The first in a series of funny gripping crime novels set in Thailand Behind the Night Baz. Thoroughly enjoyable enlightening tense and evocativeIt’s 1996 and Jayne Keeney has fled her native Australia to live in Bangkok where she works as a PI It proves a handy skill when her dearest friend is accused of murdering his lover and then shot while ‘evading’ police Jayne’s investigation puts herself and those who help her in danger The deeper she gets the she has to rely on her wits and ‘Farang’ ways to stay alive Behind the Night Bazaar reveals Thai culture and the sex trade in an unflinching but sympathetic light these are people who need to exploit the little they have to stay alive The foreign tourists who use them don’t get such sympathy——certainly not from this reader Jayne is liberal minded generous and opinionated and her love for her adopted country and its people particularly those shunned by society shines While Jayne Keeney carries the bulk of the narration Savage uses multiple viewpoints to show not just the conflict between the characters but the competing goals behind them For me this somewhat diminished the possible suspense yet the mystery behind the murders and the insight into another culture is so riveting it didn’t matter The socio political landscape shapes the story and the necessary explanations could have overwhelmed the mystery They don’t Culture politics and backstory are handled well and add dimension to the narrative and to Jayne’s character That complexity and the conflicting but eually defended goals of all major characters are one of this novel’s strengths Rich in complexity and utterly entertaining Behind the Night Bazaar is highly recommended for all those crime lovers looking for stories with strong heroines and a vivid sense of place