The Coroner's Lunch
The first in a series of crime novels about Dr Siri, a septuagenarian medical doctor unwillingly appointed the national coroner of newly communist Laos in 1976. Siri's sense of humour gets him through his often frustrating days in an underfunded lab, with an incompetent boss and a quirky support staff, as he works to investigate suspicious deaths that the party would like to keep under wraps.
"I really enjoyed reading this while on holiday in Laos." Alice, Experience Travel Group