Death At The British Embassy by Norma MossDeath At The British Embassy by Norma Moss

Death At The British Embassy

byNorma Moss

Paperback | September 25, 2013

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It was an unlikely encounter between the British Ambassador's dog andthe Gurkhas' cat that led to the discovery of the body in the embassylake. Everybody believed that the body of a young Thai female hadbeen intended to be discovered at the Embassy Fair. Nobodydiscounted the impact such a discovery would have had. But whosebody was it? Miow, the young and beautiful undercover agent workingat the embassy, was missing and nobody seemed to know where shewas. A jealous wife of an embassy official thought that she might evenhave killed Miow in a jealous drunken moment!Working back from the discovery, the police discover that a meetinghad taken place between Mark Stone, the famous British yachtsmanand an unknown man. At the British Council stall a book had changedhands and later Stone met with this unknown man at the KhaosarnRoad. The international sailing fraternity was gathering at Phuket andMarcus Stone was tipped to win the big race; but the embassy hadinformation that Stone was going to be involved in a massivesmuggling operation masterminded by the villainous and mysteriousKhun Pho who for reasons of his own hates the British. Convinced thatdrugs are involved, Jerry Barton undertakes to determine the identity ofthe corpse which is sent away for post mortem examination. Barton,whose fiancee at Oxford died from a drug overdose, has dedicated hislife to the eradication of the drug trade.Norma Moss was born in India and educated at Delhi and Oxford. Shehas worked in advertising, with UNICEF and NGOs around the worldas a Development Communications consultant. She began writingat the age of six, a chronicle titled Mrs. Pig's Washing Day; themanuscript has not survived. Her published work (as ManoramaMathai) includes Lilies That Fester, Sara (In Anthologies), More ShortStories of Bangkok & Beyond, Mulligatawny Soup, WhisperingGenerations, Love and Dr.Aiyar and numerous articles and features.
Title:Death At The British EmbassyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:116 pages, 8 × 5 × 0.28 inPublished:September 25, 2013Publisher:New Generation Publishing LtdLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1910053023

ISBN - 13:9781910053027