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Eating Smoke: One Man's Descent Into Crystal Meth Psychosis in Hong Kong's Triad Heartland
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Stormi (Books, Movies, Reviews. Oh my!) (booklady2007) | 16 comments Hi Everyone,

My name is Stormi with Lightning Book Promotions and I have a non-fiction novel going on a blog tour January 22-29th and I'm looing for some reviewers with blogs who would be interesting in participating.

Eating Smoke is a non-fiction memoir written in a entertaining thriller type way.


Chris Thrall left the Royal Marines to find his fortune in Hong Kong, but
instead found himself homeless and addicted to crystal meth. Soon he began
working for the 14K, Hong Kong’s largest crime family, in the Wanchai red-light
district. Dealing with the ‘foreign triad’ – a secretive expat clique connected
to the Chinese mafia – he had to survive in the world’s most unforgiving city,
addicted to the world’s most dangerous drug.

What has been said about Eating Smoke:

“Not since Richard Mason’s The World of Suzie Wong (Collins, 1957) and Han
Bangqing’s The Sing-Song Girls of Shanghai (Columbia University Press, 2005
[first published in 1892]) has a writer taken such an in-depth look into a
Chinese red-light district. ” -Susan Blumberg-Kason Goodreads reviewer

If you are interested in participating please contact me at


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