Three paranormal mysteries in an "exotic amalgam of police procedural, SF, comic fantasy, and horror . . . a delight from start to finish" (Locus).
Det. Inspector Wei Chen of Singapore Three's Thirteenth Precinct is "a detective whose beat reaches to the fringes of Heaven and Hell" (Booklist
). Along with his demon partner from Hell's vice squad, Zhu Irzh, Chen is the man to turn to for paranormal problems that are literally out of this world.Snake Agent
This "entertaining supernatural mystery" introduces an occult detective who is as serious as his beat is strange (Publishers Weekly
). With a demon for his beloved wife, Det. Inspector Wei Chen possesses a comfort with the supernatural that most mortals cannot match. But his journey to Hell to find the waylaid ghost of Pearl Tang, the deceased daughter of a wealthy industrialist, will take him further into the abyss than ever before--to a mystifying place where he will need the help of a demonic detective to survive. Getting into Hell is easy. Getting out is another story.
combines disparate elements of Chinese mythology, urban fantasy, science fiction and mystery to create a rich milieu and a highly entertaining story." --Jacqueline Carey, New York Times
-bestselling authorThe Demon and the City
In this "wildly imaginative" second novel, demon Zhu Irzh has been assigned to aid the Singapore Three police department as they investigate cases that overlap this world and the world to come (Publishers Weekly
). With Detective Inspector Chen on a well-deserved vacation, Zhu Irzh's first murder case involves the savage killing of a rich would-be witch outside of the occult market. Soon he's unearthed a supernatural conspiracy that proves Hell holds no monopoly on evil. Chen just may have to cut his vacation short.
"Uniquely imaginative . . . [a] surreal fusion of Chinese mythology, paranormal high jinks, and satisfyingly suspenseful sleuthing." --BooklistPrecious Dragon
Chen and Zhu Irzh have been assigned to escort the Heavenly functionary Mi Li Qi on a diplomatic mission to the underworld. Soon after they check in to their hellish hotel, Qi vanishes into the abyss. Now they must follow her into the bowels of a demonic bureaucracy, where they will be forced to dodge all manner of otherworldly dangers if they wish to avoid a political incident with apocalyptic ramifications.
"One of the most colorfully imaginative packages in recent fantasy." --Booklist