Gau Li works to keep a humble appearance: Just a hard-working Chinese man trying to make a living in 1950s San Francisco. Trying to take care of his special wife their families.
To hide the training he received from the monks. And that he can fight like a demon when he needs to.
Because suddenly? That need to fight has come.
But Gau Li quickly learns he needs more than flying fists to solve his biggest problem.
If you like high-adventure, clock-and-dagger, historic spy short stories with an exotic bent, "A Box of Taels" is for you!
|Publisher:||Knotted Road Press|
|File size:||126 KB|
About the Author
Leah Cutter--a Crawford Award Finalist--writes page-turning fiction in exotic locations, such as New Orleans, ancient China, the Oregon coast, ancient Japan, rual Kentucky, Seattle, Minneapolis, Budapest, etc.
Find more fiction by Leah Cutter at www.KnottedRoadPress.com.
Follow her blog at www.LeahCutter.com.