FILM & TV LOCATIONS IN THE CHILTERNS AND THAMES VALLEY 1940 - 2014: By Mark Jones

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An in-depth guide and a trail to follow of over 500 film & television locations.
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WP Comics Ltd.
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Mar 12, 2015
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Recent reports in a number of western newspapers Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and Canada - suggest that Thailand is one of the most dangerous countries in the world, for the aforementioned countries' nationals, to either be living in or visiting. Based on recent statistics the newspapers reported that, in terms of serious injury or death, their citizens are more at risk in Thailand than almost anywhere else in the world apart from declared war zones. To add balance to the argument the reports also clearly stated that the majority of the injuries, and fatalities were the result of misadventure or road accidents. In instances where murder or serious assault was involved the Thai authorities were praised for their professionalism in apprehending the perpetrators. All too often though, it is found that the perpetrators were either a jealous business competitor trying to eliminate the competition, or a greedy wife or girlfriend hoping to cash in on the death of her husband or boyfriend. These deeper level facts are something that is often not made clear in the report of the death or serious assault. It may be touched upon but we are often left to draw our own conclusions regarding the machinations behind the event. For many expats living in Thailand, these types of occurrences are an all too familiar theme with greed, more often than not, being the primary motivator. Sadly it is also quietly acknowledged that many of the victims foreign husbands, boyfriends, or business competitors put themselves in a position to be a victim in the first instance. That they weren't street smart or savvy enough and often, through their own actions or naivety, help create the circumstances leading to their injury or demise. Even though the local English language newspapers do a reasonable job reporting the eventual apprehension of the greedy wife, girlfriend, or jealous business competitor, nothing much is ever mentioned of the behind the scenes story. The rivalries, jealousies, motivations and emotions that are the fabric of a human tragedy go unreported.This book seeks to rectify that and it also seeks to show balance; that as much as the blame can be pointed at the motivations of a jealous business competitor, greedy wife, or girlfriend, it can also be apportioned to the poor life decisions made by the victim. For many of us who continue to live in Thailand, or those who are considering moving here, there is a lesson in that. That one must take responsibility for one's own actions at all times and never put yourself in a position to be a victim. As a foreigner in Thailand you are, in most instances, on your own. You are, whether you like it or not, very much the director of your own destiny.
“Do you know where this track leads to Peter?” said Baey shining his torch into the blackness of the jungle beyond.

“It skirts the river, into the National Park, and ends at a major waterfall roughly three kilometers from here. I’ve been up there once, a couple years ago,” said Pete looking shell shocked after all the physical exertion.

“I think we’d better get going,” said Baey as we heard the mesh fence rattling with the sound of people climbing over it.

“On the run into the jungle then is it, Baey?” I said trying to make light of the situation.

“No Mike, we’re leading them into a trap. They’re on my turf now, not their decadent fleshpot in Pattaya,” he countered with a deadly glint in his eyes.

Ning’s out of jail and hell bent on revenge. Mike’s got himself into another jam helping a friend who’s run afoul of a greedy, malicious wife and Baey’s stepped in to do what he usually does; sort out the bad guys. In the long awaited sequel, to “Fear and Loathing in Pattaya,” there’s trouble brewing near Khao Yai National Park as Mike heads north to bail out a mate. In a continuation of the journey into the darker side, of the nuances of Thai culture, Revenge Season takes  you away from the comfortable surrounds of urban Thailand and into the unforgiving harshness of the tropical jungles; a place where the ultimate killer is not man but nature itself.  

A classic tale of greed, deception, and ruthlessness takes you beyond the dangers of the geographical interior and into the dark, dangerous interior of the human soul. In the deep jungles of Thailand there’s more to fear than the monsoon season. Be afraid, it’s Revenge Season.  

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