A Taiwanese-American family exposes personal and historical long-standing secrets.
Online resources about 228:
-The 228 Memorial Foundation’s report
-George H. Kerr’s Formosa Betrayed, the text or PDF version
“Set in Los Angeles in 1980, Chow depicts how each woman must face the parts of their lives that do not measure up… this story is touching in its depiction of the characters’ changing relationships.” -Publishers Weekly
2015 CLUE Award Finalist
2015 Runner-Up for Beach Book Festival
Winston Wong, an ex-video-game-tester, tries his hand at solving a crime in the local senior home.
“I highly recommend Seniors Sleuth. J.J.Chow has written a great mystery mixing seniors, video games and quirky characters together in a perfect blend.”
-Trudi LoPreto, Readers’ Favorite (5-star review)
“A supernatural story about second chances that conveys the power of jealousy, attachment, regret, family love…” –Cara Chow, author of Bitter Melon, 2011 YALSA Best Fiction Finalist
“I absolutely loved this book. The characters were easy to identify with…I felt like they were part of my own family.” -Rebecca Lovell Books