Kick off your shoes, pour yourself a glass of something good and open the page on your next great adventure. The Killer Coin is a nimble little mystery featuring sights and sounds from New Orleans to the Pacific Northwest. This road-trip adventure features a new and unique Vietnamese investigator, Killing Fields survivor, and now Air Force sergeant, Jack Vu. His eyes have witnessed every horror imaginable, making him a cool-headed investigator for the average murder.
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Set against the backdrop of present day politics, Wolf’s Remedy explores one secret cadre’s mission to right the atrocities of World War Two. But when do avenging angels cross the line to become killers? Follow Air Force investigator Jack Vu as his hunt for a murderer exposes a long hidden government cover-up of American and Nazi looting of Jewish art. When this art begins to mysteriously reappear on the porches and doors of Holocaust survivors, Jack narrows his search to a bonded group of senior citizens.
The female corpse snagged along the Mississippi riverbank wasn’t the only life that washed ashore that year. Throughout the South, Hurricane Katrina had inflicted death and destruction as quickly as a serpent’s strike. In this third Jack Vu mystery, Air Force Investigator Jack Vu finds himself displaced by Katrina, along with countless others. Forced to now live in an overcrowded barracks, Jack actually looks forward to investigating the apparent suicide of a female Air Force officer in Louisville, Kentucky.
The Indian boy's sagging corpse, seated high in the rainforest canopy, inexplicably sported a New York Yankees baseball cap. The grisly discovery made by a mischievous capuchin shakes loose a deadly eyelash viper and a stack of blood-splattered moneys, triggering a chain reaction which includes: a driven eco-activist, a reclusive expat soldier, drug cartels, indigenous Indians, cruise ship tourists, and two burnt-out Americans. The Vietnamese investigator and his flame-haired pathologist lover soon find themselves on a “working vacation”.