Decoding The Secrets Of Crete

Author: Soontorn Piromsartkoon
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WHEN I MET DR. SOONTORN on April 19, 2018 in Bangkok, Thailand, we had a lively discussion about Crete and about my novel, The Lost Disk: Historical Fiction of Suspense (Khanser, 2013). He was captivated by the story. He advised me to write a revised edition for the readers of the world to appreciate the novel better. He suggested that the book must be revised with the title of the book to Decoding the Secrets of Crete. When I was in Crete, I learned that Dr. Soontorn was also visiting Egypt, so I invited him to co-write this revised edition because I believed that his experiences could immensely enrich my work. I was glad that he accepted my invitation. Thus, we became co-authors for this book. We believed that it was the right time to decode the secrets of Crete, as well as the historical facts and events mentioned in the novel. We thus decided to include my novel in this book for our readers
Decoding the Secrets of Crete
Language: en
Pages: 352
Authors: Soontorn Piromsartkoon, Marites A Khanser
Categories:
Type: BOOK - Published: 2018-08-15 - Publisher:

WHEN I MET DR. SOONTORN on April 19, 2018 in Bangkok, Thailand, we had a lively discussion about Crete and about my novel, The Lost Disk: Historical Fiction of Suspense (Khanser, 2013). He was captivated by the story. He advised me to write a revised edition for the readers of
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Language: en
Pages: 173
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Categories: History
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