Cheung Chau Dog Fanciers' Society
Alan B Pierce
We're just preparing to launch our Black Butterfly series of crime
and intrigue novels. Your comments are most welcome. We'd especially
like to know your preferences within this genre.
Rebecca Bradley Stewart Sloan
We're not new to this kind of book.
Alan Pierce's Cheung Chau Dog
Fanciers Society obtained cult status. HK Magazine:
"one of the best
Hong Kong novels ever....It puts James Clavell to shame."
Riding a Tiger
The South China Morning Post said of
Rebecca Bradley and Stewart Sloan's
"this is one of the best thriller novels with a Hong
Chinese have written"
The Mongolian Connection
Robert Abel's Riding A
Tiger, a murder interrogation in a Beijing jail, is one of the
funniest books in the genre.
Add to these two new titles, Scott
Christiansen's The Mongolian
Last Seen in Shanghai*
Howard S. Turk
police procedural that reaches Ulan Bator and beyond, and
Howard Turk's Last Seen in
Shanghai, where Zhou Enlai has a cameo, and you have the first
flight of the Black Butterfly.