In this fast-paced thriller, a young Chinese American doctor, Lili Quan, is summoned by her dying mother to China. Soon Lili becomes embroiled in the search for her deceased grandfather, who may not be dead after all and who may possess the secret of immortality. Lili finds the man, and he passes on the secret to her, which is a mixed blessing. Lili is now in the crosshairs of a shadowy group of ruthless killers, and she must use all her wits to stay alive. The Shlians know how to build suspense, the plot is by the numbers, and we’ve seen the plucky young hero/heroine many times before under different names. Still, the story has a really engaging premise, and the unrelenting pace is sure to hook thriller fans.
Causes Deborah Shlian Supports
All royalties from my book, Rabbit in the Moon are contributed to to medical charities including Remote Area Medicine, Breast Cancer Research Foundation and...