Category Archives: Laos

Disco for the departed, by Colin Cotterill

Disco for the Departed The third book in the series that began with THE CORONER'S LUNCH and continued with THIRTY-THREE TEETH continues our journey of discovery of a magical-realist, independently minded group of protagonists in landlocked, impoverished 1970s Laos. Dr … Continue reading

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Thirty-Three Teeth, by Colin Cotterill

Thirty-three Teeth Dr Siri Paiboun, elderly chief coroner of 1970s Laos, makes a welcome reappearance after his first outing in THE CORONER'S LUNCH. As THIRTY-THREE TEETH opens, Siri and his two colleagues, Dtui and Geung, carry out a post-mortem on … Continue reading

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The Coroner’s Lunch by Colin Cotterill

  The Coroner's Lunch Laos is an impoverished, landlocked socialist republic in southeast Asia, bordering with the more dominant nations of China, Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand. THE CORONER'S LUNCH is set in 1976, a year after the end of a … Continue reading

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