By Colin Cotterill
“[Cotterill’s] tales could flow by way of on their humor and lovely characters, however the cause his books come alive, the explanation his sequence is still worthy studying, is the author's deep realizing of those humans and their appealing, land. This intensity allows him to deliver us there for a short holiday, make us suppose, and nonetheless continue us guffawing. Like Dr. Siri, Colin Cotterill has a slightly of magic approximately him.”—The Boston Globe
“Cotterill’s procedure in Curse of the Pogo Stick—so measured and offhand—actually achieves a impressive feat: It cuts via the entire never-again media saturation genocidal regimes frequently generate, and it makes us take become aware of once again. We finish up being concerned approximately Cotterill’s characters, simply because they’re usually both good or not less than understandably wrong and as a result human. through fending off the nastiness and nihilism of noir, they succeed in a sympathetic, soulful truth writers hardly pull off.”—Paste Magazine
“Cotterill’s ironic pen [is] as sharp as ever.”—Kirkus Reviews
Auntie Bpoo, the transvestite fortune-teller of Vientiane, Laos, has foretold that the seventy-three-year-old newlywed Dr. Siri and his both mature bride can have childrens via the top of the yr. whilst Siri is helping Hmong villagers at risk, the prediction comes precise.
Colin Cotterill, writer of 5 earlier books within the Dr. Siri Paiboun sequence, lives in Chiang Mai, Thailand, along with his spouse. His books were e-book feel alternatives, and he received the Dilys Award for Thirty-Three Teeth.