Hong Kong Central (Lee Carruthers, #3) by Marrilynn Larew
It doesn’t matter that Lee Carruthers has resigned from the CIA; she still can’t resist her former boss, Sidney Worthington, when he calls. He wants to know why Hong Kong antique dealer Henry Wong hasn’t reported in weeks. When she gets to his shop, she sees Henry being carried away by Triad thugs. Triads deal in drugs, protection, human trafficking. What do they want with Henry Wong?
She follows the clues, even if it means being in the middle of a stampede of democracy demonstrators, a dangerous walled city belonging to a Triad, or a tricky love triangle. Why is she doing all this for Sidney? One day Sidney Worthington is going to get her killed.
MARILYNN LAREW is a historian who has published in such diverse fields as American colonial and architectural history, Vietnamese military history, and terrorism, and has taught courses in each of them in the University of Maryland System..
She lives with her husband in a 200-year-old brick farmhouse on the Mason-Dixon Line in southern Pennsylvania. She belongs to Sisters in Crime, Guppies, and Chinese Military History Society.