New Thailand Fiction Author Smashes It!
Mike Fook's first fiction book set in Phuket, Thailand is action-filled and drawing rage-filled reviews from other Thailand authors that are afraid their ship has been set on fire.
Read this Book and the Second in the Series to See Why:
- a US Navy SEAL loved it.
- a woman with a career in law wrote at 6 a.m. to say she'd just stayed up the entire night reading.
This new thriller, set in the USA and Thailand, has sold over 23,000 books and continues to be one of Mike Fook's best selling books. Today we're knocking the price down so you can read it for less than five dollars, and then pick up the sequel, THAILAND'S SICKEST - HELL TO PAY, also exclusive at Amazon.
Thailand's Sickest is Mike Fook's hard hitting action thriller set in Patong Beach, Phuket, Thailand post 2004 Boxing Day Tsunami.
Dr. Justin Baker, American psychologist on vacation in Thailand, is helping in the aftermath of the devastating tsunami, and finds a backpack full of photos attached to a drowned German on Patong Beach.
After a fit of rage where he uncontrollably kicks the corpse in the head repeatedly to the gasps of rescue onlookers, he begins a surprise journey that leads him into the heart of darkness.
Author Mike Fook has a master's degree in psychology and has spent eight years living in Thailand. "Thailand's Sickest" is the first book in the series.
We're testing this low price to see what happens. Get it today if you love hard-hitting, non-stop, action-thrillers that pull no punches.
Here is a review of Thailand's Sickest from the Navy SEAL I mentioned above:
"Sir for a first work of fiction wowowowowow. This book isn’t for the feint of heart. If you struggle with the reality of what really bad people do, then this book will upset you. If you want a look at what evils this world really has to offer, if you want to see something that isn’t sanitized, or sugar coated, then read this book.
I have been all over the world and have seen my share of the dark side. This book captures the horror.
I liked that Mr. Fook was able to show the difference and varying degrees of bad guys. He was able to show that even the good guys are flawed – and that too is a reality.
Readers, this book will shock you like a dip into an ice filled pool of water. It will make your blood boil and you will want to rage. The sad part is that it is all too real. Just like in reality, sometimes not all the bad guys are caught and sometimes even those we save are never saved."
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Here is most of the the email I received from the woman that stayed up all night reading:
Dear Mr. Fook,
My name is Faith-Anne Wagner and I am a 48 year old woman living on the shore of New Jersey. I am an avid mystery / thriller reader and just read Thailand's Sickest in a little less than 24 hours. It is 6:02 a.m. and as I listen to my daughter getting ready for school, I felt compelled to write you and tell you how I felt about what I have just read.
At first I wasn't sure if it was my cup of tea. It scared me, to tell you the truth. But, I couldn't put it down. My husband gets up at 4:00 a.m. for work and when the alarm went off, he was shocked to see me still awake reading. He thought I was nuts!!
Staying up for 24 straight hours to read a book is definitely not in my realm of normalcy. Only one other author (my favorite, Stephen King) has ever made me do it. I think that's why I had to write you. I feel that the 2 decades of reading his work sort of "prepared" me to read your book. It was horrible and brilliant, simultaneously. It made me cry and also made me chuckle at your sense of humor during the most difficult chapters. Please keep writing. You are amazingly gifted and I am putting you up there with SK. Sincerely, Faith-Anne