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By Taryn D Simpson   
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Last edited: Sunday, August 16, 2009
Posted: Sunday, August 16, 2009

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About the Author(s)
Ms. Simpson is an Award winning novelist, Pulitzer Prize competitor, freelance ghostwriter, screenwriter, and blogger. Taryn's background also includes classical training as a musician. Among her honors include: Selected for University of Texas at Arlington's college level percussion camp when she was 12 years old and auditioned at the famed Juilliard School in New York City at the age of 17.  
 
Today, Ms. Simpson has just completed her latest literary effort with her co-writer, Alan Solomon who is originally from New Zealand but currently resides in Beijing, China. “The Mango Tree Café, Loi Kroh Road,” is a novel which is garnering rave reviews from readers all over the world. The book was shown at the Beijing, China International Book Fair, competed for a Pulitzer Prize in the Best Fiction category and was recently designated an Award winning novel at the 2008 Indie Book Awards.

Printed: 286 pages, 6" x 9", perfect binding, cream interior paper
(60# weight), black and white interior ink, white exterior paper           
(100# weight), full-color exterior ink PDF (966 kb)
ISBN: 978-1-4303-2522-2
Publisher: Lulu.com
Rights Owner: Simpson - E Publishing
Copyright: © 2007 Alan Solomon & Taryn Simpson
Language: English
Country: United States
Edition: First Edition
 
About the Book – “The Mango Tree Café, Loi Kroh Road

Synopsis of the Book
Imagine owning a restaurant near the jungles of Thailand that sits upon the most legendary mystical road in the world.   Legend states that whoever walks upon Loi Kroh Road will be forever changed or shall never be seen or heard from again.  In fact, the English translation of "Loi Kroh Road" is "Wash Your Bad Luck Away".   Larry, the main character, and is seductively lured to this world famous street to purchase this business.   The restaurant serves as a place where he observes world travelers such as himself as well as locals who discover their fate upon this historic road.   He is on a journey to discover his mission in life as he is guided by a ghostly figure that appeared to him as a child.  On his adventures, he comes face to face with his greatest fear, his lingering questions of mortality and his soul's lonely reflection

Printed: 286 pages, 6" x 9", perfect binding, cream interior paper
(60# weight), black and white interior ink, white exterior paper           
(100# weight), full-color exterior ink PDF (966 kb)
ISBN: 978-1-4303-2522-2
Publisher: Lulu.com
Rights Owner: Simpson - E Publishing
Copyright: © 2007 Alan Solomon & Taryn Simpson
Language: English
Country: United States
Edition: First Edition
 

 

Web Site: Authors Solomon & Simpson



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