Chinatown Beat (Detective Jack Yu)
“Here’s a dark slice of New York’s Chinatown that most of us...have probably never seen. Henry Chang takes us on an unforgettable guided tour of its lower depths. In a field awash with pallid noir thrillers, this one is the real thing. A genuine winner.”—Herbert H. Lieberman, author of City of the Dead and Shadow Dancers“A dramatic evocation of the exotic. . . . More rewarding than a trip to China...
Series: Detective Jack Yu
Hardcover: 204 pages
Publisher: Soho Crime (November 1, 2006)
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 1 x 8 inches
Amazon Rank: 1008569
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“I don't think I have read enough crime fictions and detective novels to give 5 stars to Henry Chang's book. In my mind this book deserves 5 stars. I grew up in a Literary family that produced several renowned modern day Chinese poets and writers. Gr...”
own.”—Qin Xiaolong, author of Death of a Red HerioneDetective Jack Yu grew up in Chinatown. Some of his friends are criminals now; some are dead. Jack has just been transferred to his old neighborhood, where 99 percent of the cops are white. Unlike the others, confused by the residents who speak another language even when they’re speaking English, Jack knows what’s going on.He is confronted with a serial rapist who preys on young Chinese girls. Then Uncle Four, an elderly and respected leader of the charitable Hip Ching Society and member of the Hong Kong-based Red Circle Triad, is gunned down. Jack learns that benevolent Uncle Four had a gorgeous young mistress imported from Hong Kong. And she is missing.To solve these crimes, Jack turns to an elderly fortune teller, an old friend of his, in addition to employing modern police methods. This debut mystery power-fully conveys the sights, sounds, and smells of Chinatown, as well as the attitudes of its inhabitants.