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A collection of ten short stories, ranging from a modern-day Frankenstein in the suburbs of Bangkok to a detective exposing corruption in the entertainment industry. The book includes the Bram Stoker Award-winning "Darker Angels" and the World Fantasy Award-nominated "The Pavilion of Frozen Women".
Published (first published July 25th 1996)
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Een collectie korte verhalen van de Thaise schrijver Somtow. Ooit eens geleend uit de bieb van Manchester, toen ik daar in mijn jonge jaren studeerde.

Beklemmend! Alle verhalen hebben een enorm beklemmende sfeer die je nog lang bijblijft.
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Called by the Bangkok Post "the Thai person known by name to most people in the world," S.P. Somtow is an author, composer, filmmaker, and international media personality whose dazzling talents and acerbic wit have entertained and enlightened fans the world over.

He was Somtow Papinian Sucharitkul in Bangkok. His grandfather's sister was a Queen of Siam, his father is a well known international la
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