A review by Voicu Mihnea Simandan
After being shot, beaten up, cheated, threatened, drugged, arrested, and incarcerated, Joe Dylan finally cracks the case and solves the insurance “mystery.” He completes his mission in Thailand and buys a ticket on the Bangkok Express train from Surat Thani to Bangkok, leaving behind a stack of cadavers and a few people to whom he had caused major loss of face. Then, just when the reader thinks that the carnage is over, you get another ten pages of pure violence, hatred and instinctual struggle for survival. For Newman’s Bangkok Express is exactly that, noir pulp fiction
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