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Red Jade

Henry Chang

ISBN: 9781569478592

Published: November 2010

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Henry Chang

New York City

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While investigating two bodies found in Chinatown's historic Tong battleground, NYPD Detective Jack Yu's pursuit takes him from New York's Chinatown to Seattle's Chinatown, tracking a cold-blooded Chinese-American gangster and a mysterious Hong Kong femme fatale

The bodies of a young man and woman are discovered at a...

While investigating two bodies found in Chinatown’s historic Tong battleground, NYPD Detective Jack Yu’s pursuit takes him from New York’s Chinatown to Seattle’s Chinatown, tracking a cold-blooded Chinese-American gangster and a mysterious Hong Kong femme fatale

The bodies of a young man and woman are discovered at an address on the Bloody Angle, Chinatown’s historic Tong battleground. NYPD Detective Jack Yu had thought he was done working in Chinatown, but old allegiances pull him back in. Is it a simple murder-suicide? The grieving families want him to keep a lid on any stories that might further tarnish their family names—but the Golden Galaxy club, where the young woman worked, is made for scandal. Drugs, snakeheads, smuggled prostitutes: “Girls don’t last long before getting dirty.”

As a puzzling web of links between the murders and the criminal underworld reveals itself, Yu’s investigation takes him across the country to another Chinatown, this one in Seattle. In the new city, stymied by the uncooperative local cops, he tracks a cold-blooded Chinese American gangster and a mysterious Hong Kong femme fatale.

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“An action-packed plot and a carefully detailed mystery make this a feast for readers who crave insight into the cultural melting pot that is the United States.”
—Library Journal, Starred Review
“A gripping police procedural full of surprising twists.”
—Kansas City Star
“In his third entry in the Jack Yu series, Chang continues to provide insight into the Chinese American community and its culture. Series fans will also be pleased to see that the much-interrupted relationship of Jack and district attorney Alexandra Lee-Chow moves to a new level. A fast-moving police procedural with added sociological depth.”
—Booklist
“A sharp mix of action, post-Wire procedural and cultural commentary aimed squarely at readers who aren’t overly attached to happy, or even conclusive, endings.”
—Kirkus Reviews