By Timothy Hallinan
In Bangkok, Thailand, an American shuttle journalist and his Thai relations locate themselves inadvertently entangled in an online of soiled law enforcement officials and far-reaching corruption whilst their daughter's ill-gotten mobile phone monitors pictures of a few very crooked law enforcement officials, them all completely dead.
Poke Rafferty is happier than he's ever been. He's financially solvent, his kin is set to develop better, and his followed Thai daughter, Miaow, turns out to have settled in at junior highschool. All that's endangered while Miaow and her boyfriend, Andrew, purchase a stolen iPhone from a shady seller and notice photos of 2 useless cops on it--disgraced officials, violently murdered to avenge the long-dead. Surrounding the homicide research is a conspiracy that reaches the top reaches of Bangkok legislation enforcement, and maybe past. It quickly turns into obvious that Miaow's discovery threatens the complete family--and if that's no longer adequate, on the way to continue to exist, they might eventually need to rely on somebody who, long ago, has already betrayed them.