Angry Dragon by George H. Stollwerck

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"The year is 2007. The acclaimed Hong Kong police procedural series featuring the police department’s cosmopolitan, clothes-conscious, fledgling gourmet cook Chief Inspector Augustus Fox returns.

It is one year before the beginning of the 2008 Summer Games in Beijing. Communists leaders have ordered a elimination of all crime so they can convince the thousands of foreign visitors scheduled to attend, that the PRC is far more orderly, more modern, more industrious, and has infrastructure superior to any other country in the world including its traditional enemy the United States.

But Hong Kong has just uncovered an Asia-wide illegal body parts harvesting operation, flourishing right under their noses. China’s secret police learn that Hong Kong’s triads have formed an allegiance with Al-Qaeda to stage terrorist attacks during the Beijing’s Summer Games. The body part harvesters have declared all out war on the Hong Kong police. And a serial cop killer is running amuck on Hong Kong’s streets.

Chief Inspector Fox’s elite anti-crime directorate must swing into action and sweep these threats off the streets before China carries through on its threat to send in troops to put the former crown colony under marshal law, thus ending forever China’s hopes of becoming a modern democratic market-based economy.

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Published March 9, 2007 by Xlibris. 320 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Religion & Spirituality. Fiction

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