Tom Vater's Blog – December 2012 Archive (3)

Review: Ghost Money by Andrew Nette

Max Quinlan is a PI on the trail of a shady Australian businessman who’s gone to ground in Southeast Asia. Quinlan, a half Vietnamese, half Australian ex-cop, has only recently taken up the detective mantle but he quickly becomes embroiled in post-war shenanigans in a 1996 Phnom Penh that is populated by shady characters, both foreign and local. He teams up with a…

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Added by Tom Vater on December 3, 2012 at 5:00pm — No Comments

Review: Ghost Money by Andrew Nette

Max Quinlan is a PI on the trail of a shady Australian businessman who’s gone to ground in Southeast Asia. Quinlan, a half Vietnamese, half Australian ex-cop, has only recently taken up the detective mantle but he quickly becomes embroiled in post-war shenanigans in a 1996 Phnom Penh that is populated by shady characters, both foreign and local. He teams up with a…

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Added by Tom Vater on December 3, 2012 at 5:00pm — No Comments

Review: The Underground by Lawrence McMorrow

 

Late 1940s America, a world in which deserving has little to do with what you get, and the Irish immigrant Maura arrives as an almost-rebel. Despite her Catholic background, she has lost her virginity on the boat to the New World and, upon arrival in the US, she falls in love with Frank and gets pregnant. Frank is no ordinary man, he is a communist, and, at the height…

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Added by Tom Vater on December 2, 2012 at 5:28pm — No Comments

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