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THE MURDER CASE OF TOK IMAM STORPA KARDE
Siriworn Kaewkan

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Who killed the old imam, and why?
Your guess is as good as theirs.
  

The novel every Thai,
everyone concerned with
the situation in Thailand’s deep South,
should read. If only to ponder
on the country's drift
into collective madness.

The short story on which it was based
was accused of endangering national security
– thus giving it increasing relevance.


By the author of A Scattered World

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  marcel barang   - 2009-09-20 15:06:23

The book is published as a paperback by Siriworn Kaewkan himself under his PajonPhai imprint and is on sale in Thai bookshops.

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  Minna Cheung   - 2010-08-09 15:35:39

Publicity Manager
Thaifiction

Dear Sir/Madam,

I am writing on behalf of the Man Asian Literary Prize (MALP) to invite you to enter up to two eligible novels for the 2010 Prize, which is now US$30,000. As you may know, from this year the MALP is being awarded to a published novel and entries need to be made by publishers. Translations of books originally written or published in another language are also eligible as long as the first date of publication in English is 2010. The longlist will be announced in December 2010, shortlist in February 2011 and the winner at a ceremony in Hong Kong in March 2011.

Details of eligibility and all rules and conditions can be found at http://www.manasianliteraryprize.org/how-to-enter/.

Online entry is available at http://www.manasianliteraryprize.org/entry-form/.

Deadline for entries is 31 August 2010. Five copies of the book should be sent at the time of entry to

Marina Ma
Man Asian Literary Prize
Room 201, Kai Tak Commercial Building
66-72 Stanley Street, Central
HONG KONG, CHINA SAR

We do hope that you have entries for the Prize.

If this message should be sent to a specific contact person or award coordinator, please let me know.

I am more than happy to answer any questions you may have.

Yours sincerely,
Minna Cheung

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