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Digital Subscriptions > Quill & Quire > Jan/Feb 2019 > Double or nothing

Double or nothing

Ian Hamilton ups the ante with two books: the latest Ava Lee novel, and the first instalment in a new series

The Goddess of Yantai

Ian Hamilton


Fate: The Lost Decades of Uncle Chow Tung

Ian Hamilton


WHEN THE first Ava Lee novel was published in 2011, it introduced a character who was fresh and atypical: a lesbian Chinese-Canadian forensic accountant and martial arts master who dresses in Brooks Brothers suits and spends her time lying around the world in an effort to retrieve her clients’ stolen funds. Eight years and 11 books (12 if you count the ebook prequel) later, Ava is still the straight-shooting, globe-trotting operative with nerves of steel. But in The Goddess of Yantai, Ian Hamilton’s latest instalment of the series, Ava’s personal and professional lives collide in a manner that shakes the usually unlappable character.

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