Rumors of Chance’s Death are unfounded….

Inspired by (yet) another email blaming me for killing off Chance so early in the series; I thought I’d clarify matters for you all. I thought the clue was fairly blatant, but obviously not. For those that missed it, here’s the clue.

Do you want a smoke?” Chai said, holding out a packet of Marlboro red. I grinned.

“You’re a bad influence, but you know me better than anyone else. Thanks.” I took one out, Chai lit it, and I leaned against the Vito, watching planes take off. After nine hours ten minutes in the air and a punch from a cop on arrival I figured I was due a smoke.

My phone buzzed. An SMS from Aunt Dao – ‘Had a new dream about you, Pim and a baby? All okay, call me.’ I smiled, cool.

I dropped the butt on the road, ground it out, and got back in the van.

“Let’s go home.”

Prior to the above, which is in the final chapter; there is a Chapter and considerable reference to Aunt Dao’s dreams always coming true. There is another book in the making. It is going slowly, partly because I’ve been busy with life and partly because I am getting the movie rolling in my head. The movie in my head is only the beginning, once I’m happy with the threads it spins then I’ll start writing again.

Hope you’re all well.

5 thoughts on “Rumors of Chance’s Death are unfounded….

  1. Aloha Simon

    Just want you to know that I’ve thoroughly enjoyed both your novels featuring Chance in Bangkok Wet and Bangkok Burn. Really chomping at the bit waiting for the next one. Best of luck.

    Kiki

  2. Love your books. I am very happy to hear you are working on a new one. Good luck to you and Chance.

  3. Sorry made it sound like this was a shop and a book is a pair of shoes….

    Meant to enquire if you don’t mind… if you had a release date for your next book yet?

    Thanks

    1. Hi Nick,

      No release date yet – but I am working on the new book :). It will take time. There is a sign up form on the website and if you fill that out then you will be sent an email when I do release a new book.

      Warmest regards,
      Simon

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