Although many people live their lives happily tied with a bow of complacency and routine, for some, that bow starts to unravel; and circumstances get out of hand. These very circumstances take them places they never thought they would go, surrounded by strangers theyd never thought theyd meet.
Welcome to Chicagos Chinatown, where whats below the surface of this bustling Asian community is a tightly guarded secret hidden from the thousands of tourist who visit each year.
Chicago native Scott West often visited this South Side landmark along with his mother and sister and regularly toured the citys attractions, primarily to escape their fathers drunken outbursts.
After graduation, Scott takes up residence in Chinatown, but this time, he becomes caught up in circumstances that quickly escalate into a tsunami of almost-crushing disaster.
This is the third book in her Chicago Series, the other ones being The Accidental King of Clark Street and Double or Nothing on Foster Avenue.
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About the Author
Diane Dryden held a position as a feature writer for the Washburn County Register for over fifteen years, and shes also been published in numerous newspapers and magazines and is currently writing human interest features for an online news source.
She was born and raised in Chicago, and the city still holds a special place in her heart.
Even though she and her family live in a small Wisconsin town, they often return for the best pizza, Italian beef and hot dogs ever, and of course, being a north-sider, they make sure they take in a few Cubs games and attend Moody Church when they visit.
Its a fascinating town from the north-side down to Chinatown in the south, and my books tell stories of the people who live in this city whose tagline is, whatever you want, whenever you want it.
This is the third novel in her Chicago series, each one weaving in characters from the previous books, The Accidental King of Clark Street and Double or Nothing on Foster Avenue. Each novel ending with her signature twist.
She highly recommends you dont read the last chapter or the final page first.
You are invited to delve into an experience thats so compelling; youll never want to stop reading.