Chop Suey by Ty Hutchinson (.99)
“Chop Suey is a fast, funny and well-plotted thriller––It’s not easy to write comedy, introduce a vicious serial killer, and navigate between the two.”––Reading Review
“It is both intrinsically funny and inherently evil, a strangely intoxicating blend, one that keeps the action rolling.”— SeattlePI
“Hutchinson did an excellent job of bringing his characters to life, weaving several stories together and bringing them to an exciting conclusion.”— The Book Review
“Lightning-fast plotting, unforgettable characters and dialogue that rings with more truth than fortune cookies at a drunken mid-life crisis lunch. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!” — Author Dani Amore
Add one lovable dope.
Layer in a vicious serial killer.
Throw in a couple of gang members.
Mix in a pair of Chinatown detectives.
Combine it all with Ling Chi, death by 1,000 cuts.
And you have the perfect recipe for Chop Suey.
When disgraced sales associate Darby Stansfield discovers he has six months to save his job, he does what any normal person would do. He freaks.
Desperate to resurrect his career at Teleco Wireless, Darby conjures up an international scheme filled with the promise of endless, high-spending clients. It’s brilliant, it’s international, it would have his boss snooping and his best friend sweating, but it has Darby on a plane to Hong Kong where he signs his latest client, a Chinese gang.
Meanwhile, bodies are piling up in San Francisco and Darby has no idea that his brilliant plan has just put him on a collision course with the killer.
To make matters worse, those closest to him find themselves caught up in his dangerous plan. Darby must now make a tough decision — give up on the one good idea he ever had or risk it all.
Chop Suey is a 90,000 word action thriller. That’s 380 pages of holy moly.
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