The Slaughters of the Race

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While doing a stint for bank fraud the unlucky Joe Riggins meets kindly Chung Zhang whom he learns murdered nine women in a bizarre trafficking scheme for old money back in China. In prison the elderly man is his mentor, but Zhang befriended Joe for a reason, he realizes after women start dying again upon Joe's release. As he begins to suspect the plan for his downfall is bigger than anyone can imagine, involving perhaps his own government, unexpected help comes in the form of cool, inhibited and very British ...
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Overview

While doing a stint for bank fraud the unlucky Joe Riggins meets kindly Chung Zhang whom he learns murdered nine women in a bizarre trafficking scheme for old money back in China. In prison the elderly man is his mentor, but Zhang befriended Joe for a reason, he realizes after women start dying again upon Joe's release. As he begins to suspect the plan for his downfall is bigger than anyone can imagine, involving perhaps his own government, unexpected help comes in the form of cool, inhibited and very British restaurant owner Hester Haley and the unlikeliest ally of all, a cop who believes him.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781479114030
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 8/14/2012
  • Pages: 266
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.56 (d)

Meet the Author

Author of numerous novels, novellas and a collection of short stories, The Vision and Other Tales. First novel Brother Lowdown, published by St.Martin's, was nominated by HWA for Best First Novel. Other works include bestsellers Borderland, The Moons of Summer, The Neighborhood and Nightmare. Recent eBook releases are Satyr's Graze, The Tiger's Spring (sequel to Brother Lowdown) and The Slaughters of the Race.

Novellas include A Deep Red Gold, The Bear, Betsy Klausmeyer's Cellar, The Crypt Thieves, The Rift, Kingsley Calendar's Experiment in the Field, Dogstar Bender.

Pseudonyms include S.J. Strayhorn (Black Night, published by Kensington) and Dylan Harson (Kansas Blue published by Dutton)

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