Welcome to the March 2011 issue of online magazine Perceptive Travel, the home of great travel stories from book authors and the latest notable travel book and world music reviews. Here's what we've got in store for you:
Loco Bill, the Expat Killer - Richard Arghiris
In a land of opportunity for society's outcasts—Bocas del Toro—someone could get easily get away with murder...or five of them. On the bloody trail of Panama's first serial killer.
Scars of the Wild - Stephen Markley
On a research vessel studying the post-oil-spill effects on aquatic life in the Gulf of Mexico, a journalist goes whale-spotting and ponders the state of our oceans.
India in Fiji - Tom Koppel
Traveling through different regions of the South Pacific islands of Fiji, a visitor finds food, traditions, and temples from a country far away.
World Music Reviews - Laurence Mitchell
A Banco de Gaia retrospective, retro Balkan music by distant adorers, dark Norwegian song poems, and Egyptian music fit for dancing to the sounds of revolution.
Travel Book Reviews - Gillian Kendall
Four women, three books, and many stories on the "magic of travel."
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