Book Of The Day – Bangkok Wet

by Greg on July 24, 2013

Today’s Book of the Day is a Thriller by Simon Royle and it’s 40% off for a limited time. Bangkok Wet has an excellent 4.8 star rating and is on sale for only $2.99 – save $2!

“Just as with Bangkok Burn, this latest installment of the Bangkok series is a fast paced thrill ride through the Thai underground, and should keep you on the edge of your seat right up to the shocking end.” Al – Amazon Reviewer

Bangkok Wet
by Simon Royle
Rating: 4.8 Stars
Genre: Thriller and Suspense
Price: $2.99 save $2


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27 October 2011
As Bangkok barricades itself against a rising flood of toxic waste, Chance has got some wet work of his own going on. He’d rather be on honeymoon with Pim; that had been the plan.

But the plan didn’t include the untimely death of a Godfather’s son, being blamed for the theft of a billion baht, and a move by a rival gang on Big Tiger’s territory; now there’s a new plan – war and retribution.

Funny thing about guns and plans – everyone’s got one.

Here’s what the reviewers have to say:

From first page to the last, there’s no rest for the reader. And even when it looks like the violence has come to an end… it hasn’t, as you’ll see on the last page.


Something is happening on virtually every page. Action lovers will find it here! The exotic setting, occasional glimpses into Thai culture add color to the plot and help to make it an interesting and engaging read.


I was thrilled about the first book of this series and part 2, Bangkok Wet, has not let me down. The events even take place even faster and there is more development of the main characters. Keep them coming Simon, looking forward to the next Bangkok book.


Really enjoyed this, the second in what I hope will be a long series. The plot is well-devised, lots of twists and turns, and the characters appealing. Great read.


I think it’s everything it needed to be to seize and maintain my attention. There were no dull pauses and although the action was frenetic and exhausting I never felt like I had had enough. I devoured the book in a couple of sittings…

Get Bangkok Wet here: Bangkok Wet

About The Author

Simon Royle was born in Manchester, England in 1963. He has been variously a yachtsman, advertising executive, and a senior management executive in software companies. A futurist and a technologist, he lives in Bangkok, with his wife and two children.

Simon’s first two novels Tag, and Bangkok Burn, have been well received by Amazon readers.

Tag is a technothriller set in the year 2109. What readers have called,

– “more futuristic than science-fiction, and the technological advances of 2110 are not far-fetched, they are easily imaginable.”

– “…in “Tag.” The technology felt like a logical evolution from today to one hundred years into the future.”

– “”Tag,” reminds me a bit of one my childhood favorite authors, Isaac Asimov, in that he’s written a book that projects a future reflecting very plausible cultural and political scenario, given what trends we’ve seen in history.”
(Above quotes stolen from recent reviews on Amazon US).

As Simon, says :), “With ‘Tag’ I drew on my travels and experiences in Singapore and Australia. Extrapolating from things I see today and placing them in the context of our world a hundred years from now.”
Bangkok Burn – a noir thriller, set during the May 2010 riots in Bangkok, has proved a hit with readers; especially those who have traveled to Thailand.

– “A red-hot thriller set against the exotic backdrop of Bangkok, this is a blistering read from start to finish.”
– “I loved this book from beginning to end, it kept me hooked and on the edge of my seat the whole way through. I can’t wait for the sequel.” (Author’s note: “I’m working on it…”)

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Looking forward to hear from you,


Thank you for considering today’s Book Of The Day – Simon Royle and ENT appreciate it.


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