Kowloon Connection

Kowloon Connection

by Abbe Alexander

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Kowloon Connection by Abbe Alexander

The CIA needs an agent who knows the intricacies of biological and chemical warfare and William Staton is their man. When his estranged wife is found dead it appears to him that she's been murdered. He’s compelled to find out why. His investigation leads him to Hong Kong and the Asian billionaire Tom Yee whose operation and affiliations are part of a cabal of Chinese Tongs.

With the help of the CIA and MI6, Staton takes off in pursuit of the Triads. His frantic chase leads him from Victoria Peak to the Kowloon Harbor, through the verdant English Midlands and into the criminal murk of downtown L.A. Stopping the malevolent Yee from using his factory to create havoc around the world becomes part of his mission to protect America from the poisonous harm that only a megalomaniac like Yee can create.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940154635704
Publisher: Abbe Alexander
Publication date: 11/22/2017
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 537,421
File size: 390 KB

About the Author

Abbe Alexander has written in various genres which, include novels and thrillers. She is an entrepenure in self-owned businesses and has traveled extensively abroad. She has written for the recording industry and movie studios. She writes poetry, lyrics, screenplays and short stories. Two writers who influenced her are John Grisham and Lee Child. Abbe's screenplays and scripts are available through her agent, YourEditorship1@aol.com. These screenplay may not be used or reproduced for any purpose including educational purposes without the expressed written permission of the agent.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
adjectives left out. grammar left something to be desired. syntax terrible.