Updates: 20 January 2016      
 

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In an essay titled "Yes, Sir!" I revisit the Thai phrase Kreng Jai and have a look at what survives of this cornerstone idea in the age of Facebook and Twitter timelines. And explores the nature of a Kreng Jai culture in the age of Cyberspace and social networks.

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Recent Amazon Reader Reviews:

Bruce Aston reviewed The Corruptionist (Vincent Calvino Crime Novel Book 11)
Another very good tale from Christopher G Moore - December 2, 2015
Holds your interest well. Twists and turns in the plot keep you guessing.This one is rather different to the others and has some somewhat bizarre events. Always interesting characters in the Vincent Calvino novels. A good read.

Jimbo reviewed Christopher G. Moore Non-fiction Bundle: The Cultural Detective / Faking It in Bangkok / Fear and Loathing in Bangkok
Christopher G. Moore - Much More Than Fiction - November 7, 2015
Christopher again hits the nail on the head. His insight to all things Thai is right on. Found this 'Bundle' very interesting & informative. Very educational as well.

andy marshall reviewed The Testimony of Aliens
Stick to Vinny - November 4, 2015
Self righteous rubbish.

Barry L Felkner reviewed Crackdown (Vincent Calvino Crime Novel Book 15)
Five Stars - October 9, 2015
One of his best

Amazon Customer "Bike Rider" reviewed Crackdown (Vincent Calvino Crime Novel Book 15)
Four Stars - September 8, 2015
I live in Bangkok and Moore depicts life since the coup and the Thai culture extremely well!!

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Vincent Calvino's World
by Chad A. Evans

 

Crackdown
15th in Vincent Calvino series

 

The Age of Dis-Consent

 
 
     
 

New Videos and Documentaries:

Vincent Calvino – The Bangkok, Thailand Based P.I. Created by Christopher G. Moore, April 11, 2012

Hardboiled Bangkok

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Literary Awards


Asia Hand, the second book in the Vincent Calvino private eye series, had won the Shamus Award in the Best Paperback Original category for the Shamus Awards. The Shamus Awards are sponsored annually by the Private Eye Writers of America.

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Latest Release

Crackdown (15th in Vincent Calvino series)

In Crackdown visual art becomes a powerful take down tool to push back against the oligarchs. People adjust to the surveillance state and its agents who are emergent forces.

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News

Author Christopher G. Moore evolves with Bangkok

During Thailand’s 2006 coup, dead bodies lay in Rama IV Road in Bangkok, right outside the swank apartment of Christopher G. Moore, one of Canada’s most famous expat writers. The next coup, in May 2014, didn’t affect him in such a direct and gruesome way, but the worsening repression under the current military government is certainly changing his writing.

Moore, who once taught condo law at UBC, has lived in Southeast Asia for 30 years and during that period has published 30-plus books. Fifteen of them have been police procedurals featuring his fictional creation Vincent Calvino, a disbarred lawyer turned PI, a character who’s especially popular with readers across East Asia and Western Europe.

Read more: http://www.straight.com/life/515331/author-christopher-g-moore-evolves-bangkok

 

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 The Vincent Calvino Series

Missing In Rangoon     9 Gold Bullets     The Corruptionist      Paying Back Jack

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