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The Pacific Between
     

The Pacific Between

by Raymond K. Wong
 

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After Greg Lockland's parents' funeral, he discovers letters that suggest an affair between his ex-lover, Lian, and his late father. Suspicion, anger and jealousy take Greg on a transpacific journey to find the truth. People from the past return to his life, including elusive Lian, where he discovers himself and the world around him.

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After Greg Lockland's parents' funeral, he discovers letters that suggest an affair between his ex-lover, Lian, and his late father. Suspicion, anger and jealousy take Greg on a transpacific journey to find the truth. People from the past return to his life, including elusive Lian, where he discovers himself and the world around him.

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Joanne Kiggins
"The witty dialogue is smooth and believable and portrays the dynamic and fascinating characters, keeping them and the reader in suspense and a whirlwind of emotions. Wong’s story reaches into the heart, mind, and soul of readers with a robust Asian voice. His story melds two cultures so eloquently that he has you walking beside his characters and places you in the center of Hong Kong’s beautiful culture and picturesque landscape.

The Pacific Between is more than a story of love, death and betrayal. It’s a superb tale of deception, relationships, sacrifices and unconditional love. It is filled with nostalgia, wit, humor, and triumph. This book is not a casual read. The plot leaves the reader waiting to turn the pages. It’s unpredictable to the end. Wong will leave you laughing one minute and crying the next, and in between, awestruck by dead-ends that lead to a satisfying finish...a book readers will want to place on their bookshelves to be read over and over again."
published more than 2,500 articles. Her most recent articles were published in ByLine Magazine, Writer’s Digest, Absolute Write, and Moondance

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781933016320
Publisher:
Behler Publications, LLC
Publication date:
02/28/2006
Pages:
234
Product dimensions:
5.58(w) x 8.44(h) x 0.68(d)

Meet the Author

Raymond K. Wong: Raymond K Wong studied creative writing at UCLA. Mr. Wong’s work has been published in The Asian-American Anthology, the Pittsburgh Post Gazette, and Writers Post Journal. He also writes a movie column for Actors Ink. When Ray isn’t writing, he is a film and television actor.

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