The Fourth Watcher: A Bangkok Thriller by Timothy HallinanThe Fourth Watcher: A Bangkok Thriller by Timothy Hallinan

The Fourth Watcher: A Bangkok Thriller

byTimothy Hallinan

Paperback | June 23, 2009

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The author of the Looking for Trouble travel book series, Poke Rafferty is ready to settle down in Bangkok with his fiancée, Rose, and his newly adopted daughter, Miaow. But trouble isn't ready to let him go; it's back in Poke's life with a vengeance, in the guise of his long-estranged father, Frank, the last person he ever wanted to see again. And Frank hasn't come empty-handed, arriving with a box of rubies, a wad of fraudulent identity papers, and one of the most dangerous gangsters in China in hot pursuit. With a rogue American Secret Service agent targeting Rose for her unwitting part in a North Korean counterfeiting operation, Poke can see trouble descending from everywhere to attack those he loves—and it will take every skill he possesses to keep them, and himself, alive.

Timothy Hallinan is the author of nine widely praised books: eight novels—including the Bangkok thrillers featuring Poke Rafferty—and a work of nonfiction. Along with his wife, Munyin Choy, he divides his time equally between Los Angeles, California, and Southeast Asia.
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Title:The Fourth Watcher: A Bangkok ThrillerFormat:PaperbackDimensions:336 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.76 inPublished:June 23, 2009Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0061257265

ISBN - 13:9780061257261

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“Action and suspense with well-drawn characters and the gritty and exotic Bangkok setting. But on another level you have the continued exploration of the emotions involved in complex family relations. (A) first rate thriller with a depth you don’t always find in the genre.”