|Meet the friendly neighbors.. and get invited to pose for a picture with them... Phnom Penh|
|Quick flight up to Siem Reap..|
|Meet our very knowledgeable guide - he'll show us Angkor today..|
|Lunch time at FCC.. Foreign Correspondence Club.. waiting for chicken curry, and gin and tonics.. mmm|
|My favorite shot not posed shot! . this little boy and the monk co-incidentally arrived .. almost like it was an echo for this little urchin street boy.. his destiny one day .. a monk..|
|How many faces can you see?...|
|The bright robes add such great color to this shot!|
|aah.. thank you monks, for allowing us to intrude in the peace of your day.. I treasure this picture..||..|
The Map of Lost Memories
Acquired in a heated auction, my debut historical novel,
The Map of Lost Memories, has sold in eight foreign countries to date. It will be published in the U.S. in August 2012 by the Ballantine imprint of Random House. Advance praise includes author Jennifer Cody Epstein (The Painter from Shanghai), who declares it “a deliciously unexpected journey: Indiana Jones meets Somerset Maugham meets Marguerite Duras,” and New York Times-bestselling author Anne Fortier (Juliet), who calls it “the best book I have read this year.”
This novel is set in Cambodia.. The UK edition will be sold in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and dozens of other Commonwealth countries. In addition, The Map of Lost Memories will be published in the following countries: Italy, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark, Holland.
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