Chung Ling Soo: The Curse Of The Jade Dragon
The Case Of The Thames Serpent
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Victorian conjurer and man of mystery and deception, Chung Ling Soo has been marked for death by a Chinese Tong that never fails to get its man. Will Chung be able to escape death long enough to solve bizarre murders in
London'd dockland as well as sightings of a
sea serpent in the Thames?
And who is the Dragon Lord and how do his murderous plans fit into things?
The second in the Chung Ling Soo Man Of Mystery series
That scene still gives me chills. But Chung Ling Soo is dead. He is dead -right? But if he was in the cab with Wilberforce HOW could he be the driver and.....buy the book and find out! :-P
Both books are available as single albums but ....
The Case Book Of Chung Ling Soo
mWriter: Terry Hooper-Scharf
Artist: Gavin Stuart Ross
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To many he was simply a stage magician. Others knew the truth –such as Scotland Yard and the very secret Q Bureau.
From a seemingly cursed jade statue bringing gruesome and violent death to those who found it years before to a plot by a Chinese supremacist group hoping to strike and bring terror and destruction to the heart of the British Empire and seemingly unstoppable Tong assassins and an evil warlord willing to betray and murder even his own allies–this is Chung Ling Soo's world.
Sergeant Wilberforce of Scotland Yard was the closest thing to a friend the Magician had yet even he was perpetually stumped by him...and his deaths!