What if the self-immolating monks of Vietnam weren’t just protesting the war? From Weston Oche’s introduction — “Robert Booth’s writing has always had a certain authenticity. He has the capacity to make the unbelievable believable and place his characters comfortably within a narrative structure … There’s a secret formula to writing supernatural fiction and Booth knows it — place believable characters in believable situations and have supernatural events occur. Not everyone knows this. Not everyone can do it. In this work Booth does it perfectly. Enjoy Buddha Hill. It’s a rare treasure from a rare man.”

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