Laundry Man - Jake Needham Reviews
Description:ISBN 9814361275 / Paperback: 352 pages / Publisher: Marshall Cavendish International Asia Pte Ltd / Published: 15 Mar 2012 / Language: English
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by - written on 22/09/13 (Very useful, 89 readings)
I picked up Laundry Man on my last trip to the library. I noticed from the cover it is in the crime genre, and I found the blurb and cover to be very appealing. Set in the East, Jack Shepherd is an American who is living in Bangkok working as a University lecturer. He is an ex-lawyer, and teaches an economics course. Life gets complicated for Jack when he gets a late night phonecall from an ex-colleague. Unusually, he is someone who was supposed to be dead. Jack finds himself involved in a case involving money laundering and the Russian mafia, and people he knows start turning up dead in unusual cases and Jack knows somehow he is involved, and he ... Read the complete review
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