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Curtain of Rain

By (author) Tew Bunnag


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  • Fiction and reality combined, this is a story of politics, power and greed, and the search for meaning, and redemption
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Two lives, fatefully interlinked; two sets of memories, in danger of being lost. Clare Stone’s past has suddenly caught up with her. When a long-suppressed memory comes vividly alive, she finds herself being pulled back to the place of its origin: Bangkok. There she meets Tarrin Wandee, the writer whose book unsettled her. But have they met before, all those years ago, when she was young, idealistic and dangerously naïve? And so their stories unfold in a steady rhythm between the past and the present, fiction and reality, in relief against the pulsating backdrop of Bangkok itself. All our lives are linked; it’s just a question of how. Moody and atmospheric, Curtain of Rain is a story of politics, power and greed, and the search for meaning, and redemption.

About the Author

Tew Bunnag is an author and journalist and writes for many international papers, including The Independent. His previous novels include the acclaimed Fragile Days and he has also written a number of non-fiction titles.

River Books
10th Oct 2022
Paperback / softback
World excluding Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Maldives, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam.
197 mm x 134 mm
224 Pages
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