My interview with VTV3 for the program "Vietnam in my heart" filmed on the streets of Saigon:

Part 1

Part 2



The Range News:

Sunshine Coast Daily:

Hinterland Times:

RN Article September 2012:

Reviewed by Jack Wilcox:

The third novel in the Steve Conway trilogy, The Last Tuk Tuk to Bang Na, takes the all-Australian hero back to Thailand. From the moment he arrives at Bangkok airport he is embroiled in explosive action which would make James Bond reel.

Once again John Pullinger blends Conway’s signature lifestyle of beautiful women, lust, seduction and good old fashioned romance with the violence and brutality of the dark underbelly of Bangkok’s drug trade. Conway becomes enmeshed in the world of undercover agents, assassination plots and political intrigue in a gripping page turner, leaving the reader in suspense until the stunning surprise ending.

His in-depth knowledge of the customs and language of the region provide an air of authenticity as it transports the reader to the mysterious East.

Review on "The Last Tuk Tuk to Bang Na":

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