Monica Won Cho Stell has been invited by the Won family to South Korea to learn about her mother and her family's history. Her mother committed suicide when Monica was young to protect her daughter.
Detective Cale Dixon is driven from the hospital by his research boss and lover, Victoria Short. Dixon was recently stabbed in the back and is now on the mend.
The Won family is preparing for Won Chanyu's traditional Korean funeral, and Mother Won is working on Monica's safe passage. Father Won prefers to use Monica as a pawn to find her father, who is believed to have killed Father Won's brother in London for vault keys.
John Stell disappeared 20 years ago, leaving Monica to fend for herself through prepaid private school and university. Monica now works for a congressman and is on leave to discover what she can about her family.
Rayman Stell, a cousin who lost his mother and father to the Won, is suspected of killing Chanyu Won in San Francisco. Both families are on edge as Cale Dixon orchestrates a convergence in Seoul, South Korea.
This international thriller is the sequel to Cale Dixon and the Moguk Murders.
About the Author:
World traveler David C. Dagley grew up in Mill Valley, California, lived in Alaska for 24 years, and has been traveling primarily in Southeast Asia for the past four years. The inspiration for the book came from the four years he taught English in South Korea and the curiosity surrounding Korean culture. This is his third book.
Publisher's website: http://sbprabooks.com/davidcdagley
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|Size: ||965 KB|
|Publisher: ||Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency, LL|
|Date published: || 2016|
|ISBN: ||9781681815916 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|