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Love Songs from a Shallow Grave (Dr. Siri Paiboun, #7) Praise For The Dr Siri Series The Consistently Fine Characterizations Of The Entire Cast Are Matched By A Tightly Constructed Plot Booklist Glimpses Of Everyday Life In Laos Will Appeal To Those Readers Curious About A Culture Unfamiliar To Most Americans Publishers Weekly Three Young Laotian Women Have Died Of Fencing Sword Wounds Each Of Them Had Studied Abroad In An Eastern Bloc Country Before He Can Complete His Investigation, Dr Siri Is Lured To Cambodia By An All Expenses Paid Trip Accused Of Spying For The Vietnamese, He Is Imprisoned, Beaten, And Threatened With Death The Khmer Rouge Is Relentless, And It Is Touch And Go For The Dauntless, Seventy Four Year Old National And Only Coroner Of Laos Colin Cotterill Was Born In London In 1952 And Taught And Trained Teachers Around The World Before Settling In Thailand He Spent Several Years In Laos, Initially With UNESCO, Before He Moved On To Become Involved In Child Protection In The Region And Set Up A Non Governmental Organization In Phuket He Later Moved On To ECPAT, An International Organization Combating Child Prostitution And Pornography Colin Writes And Illustrates Full Time, And Lives In Chumphon On The Gulf Of Thailand With His Wife, Jessi, And A Bunch Of Dogs He Is A Dilys Award Winner.


About the Author: Colin Cotterill

Colin Cotterill was born in London and trained as a teacher and set off on a world tour that didn t ever come to an end He worked as a Physical Education instructor in Israel, a primary school teacher in Australia, a counselor for educationally handicapped adults in the US, and a university lecturer in Japan But the greater part of his latter years has been spent in Southeast Asia Colin has tau Colin Cotterill was born in London and trained as a teacher and set off on a world tour that didn t ever come to an end He worked as a Physical Education instructor in Israel, a primary school teacher in Australia, a counselor for educationally handicapped adults in the US, and a university lecturer in Japan But the greater part of his latter years has been spent in Southeast Asia Colin has taught and trained teachers in Thailand and on the Burmese border He spent several years in Laos, initially with UNESCO and wrote and produced a forty programme language teaching series English By Accident, for Thai national television.Ten years ago, Colin became involved in child protection in the region and set up an NGO in Phuket which he ran for the first two years After twoyears of study in child abuse issues, and onestint in Phuket, he moved on to ECPAT, an international organization combating child prostitution and pornography He established their training program for caregivers.All the while, Colin continued with his two other passions cartooning and writing He contributed regular columns for the Bangkok Post but had little time to write It wasn t until his work with trafficked children that he found himself sufficiently stimulated to put together his first novel, The Night Bastard Suk s Editions 2000.The reaction to that first attempt was so positive that Colin decided to take time off and write full time Since October 2001 he has written ninenovels Two of these are child protection based Evil in the Land Without Asia Books December 03 , and Pool and Its Role in Asian Communism Asia Books, Dec 05 These were followed by The Coroner s Lunch Soho Press Dec 04 , Thirty Three Teeth Aug 05 , Disco for the Departed Aug 06 , Anarchy and Old Dogs Aug 07 , and Curse of the Pogo Stick Aug 08 , The Merry Misogynist Aug 09 , Love Songs from a Shallow Grave Aug 10 these last seven are set in Laos in the 1970 s.On June 15 2009 Colin Cotterill received the Crime Writers Association Dagger in the Library award for being the author of crime fiction whose work is currently giving the greatest enjoyment to library users.When the Lao books gained in popularity, Cotterill set up a project to send books to Lao children and sponsor trainee teachers The Books for Laos programme elicits support from fans of the books and is administered purely on a voluntary basis.Since 1990, Colin has been a regular cartoonist for national publications A Thai language translation of his cartoon scrapbook, Ethel and Joan Go to Phuket Matichon May 04 and weekly social cartoons in the Nation newspaper, set him back onto the cartoon trail in 2004 On 4 April 2004, an illustrated bilingual column cycle logical was launched in Matichon s popular weekly news magazine These have been published in book form.Colin is married and lives in a fishing community on the Gulf of Siam with his wife, Jessi, and ever expanding pack of very annoying dogs