Henry Chang

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CHINATOWN dailo Tat 'Lucky' Louie returns with a vengeance, gunning for the Chinatown underworld.

"What about his crew?"
"They don't care who's boss as long as they get paid."
"All about the money."
"What else?"
"The Hakka powder."
"Chasing the dragon. Smokable Number 3."
"Two kilos."
"Nothing in the crashpad."
HE kept still whenever he heard anyone in the room. Voices from the TV told him March had become April. April Fool's Day. He was able to open his eyes again, and could make out shapes, movement in the darkness. Soon after, during the night shift, he was able to lift his legs and bend his arms. Humming quietly to himself at first, he found his voice again.
Did they think they were going to get rid of him that easily?
"Payback," he whispered, "is gonna be a motherfu*ker."

Selected Works

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Dailo LUCKY goes on a rampage to regain Chinatown!
In the NYPD Detective Jack Yu Series
"Chang's fifth novel is a turbo-charged requiem for a blood brotherhood rooted in a distant past." Kirkus Reviews "Detective Jack Yu returns in a pulse-pounding fifth investigation in New York's Chinatown...!" PenguinRandom House, Barnes&Nobles "Destiny could find no better assistant...than Jack Yu." The Wall Street Journal "If you don't know the Chinatown of Henry Chang's Jack Yu, I think you'll want to." SJ Rozan, author of Lydia Chin series.
Death Money
"Exciting and absorbing" The Wall Street Journal "Fast-paced, edgy, and flavorful!" Kirkus Reviews "The depiction of Chinatown sets this apart from other gritty police procedurals" Publishers Weekly
Mystery/Crime Fiction
"For readers who relish noir suspense, it doesn’t get any better than this stunning novel."
--The Boston Globe review
"A worthy series. Detective Jack Yu is a fellow whose adventures should be worth following, and now takes us even further beneath the surface... "
"An Asian-flavored The Wire...a richly atmospheric panorama of New York's immigrant demimonde..." from Entertainment Weekly. DEATH MONEY , the fourth NYPD detective Jack Yu mystery, is dropping on March 15, 2014. https://medium.com/p/eea37d7a5382 Hope y'all dig it...from da soul.