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Bangkok Rules Review by Paul Sean Grieve

Bangkok Rules

  Book Review: Bangkok Rules by Harlan Wolff by Paul Sean Grieve Rating:   Put the words “private investigator” and “Bangkok” in the same book description and you can be sure your novel will get noticed. You can also be sure your core group of readers will open the cover with with lofty expectations. That’s no problem for Bangkok Rules by ... Read More »

Thailand Footprint: Bangkok Rules …. a Book Review

Bangkok Rules

  Bangkok Rules …. a Book Review By Kevin Cummings on June 12, 2013 I finished reading Bangkok Rules, recently, the debut novel by Bangkok expatriate, Harlan Wolff. A good, quick read, which I completed in less than 24 hours. It is a familiar but entertaining tale: the hard drinking, cynical private investigator in a foreign land – the land ... Read More »

Mirror Man. Harlan Wolff’s ‘Bangkok Rules’: A Review by The Advisor; Phnom Penh’s Leading Arts & Entertainment Newspaper

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Mirror Man. Harlan Wolff’s ‘Bangkok Rules’ Eccentric, jaded and fading ex-pats populate Harlan Wolff’s debut novel. But before you say ‘another cliché driven exposé of Bangkok life’ (phew!) read on. The journey may well be worth it. At the centre of this crime novel is Carl Engel, a private eye on the edge of destitution, who scores an apparent ‘lucky ... Read More »

Excellent Review of Bangkok Rules in Pattaya Mail

Bangkok Rules

An old hand in Thailand, Harlan Wolff is a Private Investigator (PI) who has worked in Bangkok since 1977.  Deliberately keeping a low profile, because of his work, this book is a breakaway from his usual under the radar life. Bangkok Rules (ISBN 978-1-62620-586-4, Bangkok Ink, 2013) by Harlan Wolff was released this year and was printed and published in ... Read More »