Postscript: Forgotten but not Gone by Roger Crutchley
It’s said that a bed-ridden old man who was a loyal fan of Crutch had his daughter read a daily dose of PostScript as an excellent antidote to pressures of life. The good old man was determined to see Crutch second book. Crutch was no less determined although his ambition was temporarily checked by his assignment of 1998 Asian Games coverage and later by …ahem…chicken pox. Forever inspired by the picture of himself signing his autograph at the annual Ploenchit Fair, he kept fans waiting no longer. PostScript: Forgotten but not Gone…, mind you, –unlike his first– is not a book about ” observations and comments about life in Thailand, Bangkok in particular. This time, Crutch has us believe that he too can discuss “matters of substance”.