Most of us weave the fabric of our lives with strands selected from the seven virtues and the seven deadly sins. Jennifer Murphy found another thread, and when it began to unravel, she left a man with a knife in his chest on her kitchen floor and a dollar bill on Rainbow Porter's door.
Nearly two decades after the fall of Vietnam, the knot of corruption and deceit that Rainbow Porter thought was safely buried in the alleys off Saigon's Tu Do street begins to unravel. An old comrade is blown apart. His Vietnamese daughter, April Bow, appears at Rainbow's mountain sanctuary with a cryptic message and a hidden agenda. The careful feelers Rainbow puts out to his old friends return disquieting news - a fortune is missing, a dead man may have resurrected himself, and the heart of the storm is sleeping in his spare bed.
"Part mystery, part war, part political corruption,"