Bangkok Affections by James Aaron Parmelee

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A teacher fighting demons. . . Is there life after death? An American English teacher in Bangkok is intrigued by his school's Virgin Mary statues weeping tears of real blood seemingly over the abuse and trafficking of children. With diligence, perseverance and a bit of good luck, he achieves personal fame by stopping clerical pedophiles in their tracks around the world except for a couple of vicious demons he overlooked in his own school. . .
A wonderful, if truly frightening, novel about heinous crimes taking place in Bangkok. James Parmelee not only knows and understands the world of being a foreigner teaching in Thailand, but also has an incredibly gifted writing style that gets you turning the pages in a hurry to see what happens next!

About James Aaron Parmelee

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James Aaron Parmelee is a highly experienced educator in the field of teaching English as a foreign language, and owns and operates his own language academy in Bangkok, Thailand.A native of Missouri, James attended the University of Missouri in Columbia before serving four years with the U.S. Army, including a year in Vietnam. After honing his teaching skills with a certificate in TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language), James has spent most of the past thirty years teaching and employing teachers in Thailand. He loves Thailand as his second home, and has conducted his own learner customized TEFL course For The past ten years.James and his Thai wife, Sureeporn, have two children: Jeynah, An honors graduate in Interior Design from MSU in Springfield, Missouri, and Benjamin, who has just graduated in Economics from Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok.James combines high ideals with a keen sense of fun, and through his teaching and writings aspires to convert what he has learned through life experience into portraits of both good and evil, For the joy and enlightenment of readers everywhere.
Published June 13, 2011 by 285 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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