House of Fat Man: Rules in the Golden Triangle Featured Amazon Bestseller
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"An Atmospheric Spy Thriller" - noted review at BestThrillers.com hits #29 on the list of Amazon bestsellers in the Thriller category.

MORRO BAY, Calif. - Californer -- As featured on BestThrillers.com, House of Fat Man was also recently on the Amazon bestsellers list.

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"Gerard-Alesco adeptly creates a corrupt world that recalls the work of Raymond Chandler with its morally ambiguous characters….The author also paints a vivid picture of Thailand…Overall, the picturesque setting, flawed protagonist, and noir atmosphere make this thriller stand out." (Kirkus)

"Using immersive, highly sensory prose, Gerard-Alesco's Asia is a disorienting, complex and highly dangerous place in which people of every ethnicity and nationality are used like chess pieces by some higher power…While Gerard-Alesco's vivid prose is reminiscent of Joseph Conrad, his plotting more closely resembles that of John le Carre. The exact opposite of contemporaries Mark Greany or Brad Thor, Gerard-Alesco is a patient storyteller and isn't afraid to confront his characters with the grim realities of 20th century politics. Pick up House of Fat Man for the atmosphere and cat-and-mouse spycraft, and stay for what the book has to say about the futility of colonialism and moral ambiguity." (Best Thrillers)

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"An exhilarating tale that seamlessly weaves ecological urgency with the gritty underworld of the Golden Triangle. The eccentric scientist's quest, entwined with Greg Robber's perilous journey, unfolds a riveting narrative of suspense, betrayal, and redemption. A masterful blend of vivid characters and pulsating adventure earns this novel a well-deserved 5 stars!" (Amazon Reviewer)

You can read more about House of Fatman: Rules in the Golden Triangle at the dedicated website (HouseOfFatMan.com).

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