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    Garnet and Petunia: the Junior Minister

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    Captain William Gilbert is back with his latest self-published works of fiction, a racy detective trilogy set in the seedy back streets and strip joints of Bangkok.
    ISBN: 9798651972661
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    ISBN 9798651972661

    Bangkok. A disgraced British politician has apparently died in the Crimson Ass, an S&M bar in Patpong. British detective Garnet and his transsexual, Thai assistant, Petunia, are asked by the British authorities to investigate. While dealing with their case, they are distracted by a woman-killer who has appeared on the scene and seems to have known Garnet.

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    ISBN 9798651972661

    Bangkok. A disgraced British politician has apparently died in the Crimson Ass, an S&M bar in Patpong. British detective Garnet and his transsexual, Thai assistant, Petunia, are asked by the British authorities to investigate. While dealing with their case, they are distracted by a woman-killer who has appeared on the scene and seems to have known Garnet.

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