Who said Weddings Couldn’t be Dangerous?
When PI Jonas Watcher sees a Chinese couple being kidnapped; he sighs, grabs his gun, and goes to help them. This selfless act involves Jonas with the Chinese underworld. He is hired to unite two families by bringing a prospective bride from St. Louis to San Francisco for an arranged marriage. There are several factions who will kill to keep him from succeeding. His mission is complicated even more by his employer’s beautiful granddaughter. She’s the only one who knows where the bride is and she insists on going with him. A girl, his Colt 44, and diplomacy; Jonas will have to use all three if he wishes to complete the mission, end the feud, and live to tell the tale.
“The Case of the Jade Dragon” is the third novel of the Jonas Watcher Detective Adventure series. It’s the 1930s in San Francisco’s Chinatown, where old traditions conflict with the new, and Jonas gets caught up in a world of mysticism, a deadly family feud, and a potential underworld war. Author Gene Poschman brings a new slant to the noir hard-boiled detective by introducing him to a world out of his comfort zone and adding an exotic love interest.
Purchase “The Case of the Jade Dragon” and travel by train, plane, and automobile to learn the fate of the Azure Dragon.
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I am a native Californian who married my high school sweetheart. We were married for more than fifty years. She died in December of 2018. Why she put up with me for all those years is still a mystery to me. She was my greatest fan and my most honest critic. I miss her every day.
I became a self-published writer because I had neither the time or patience for others to tell me if I was good enough. I leave that to my readers.
The Jonas Watcher series is rooted in the novels of Raymond Chandler and Dashiell Hammett. My style is a little lighter and laced with my own quirky sense of “Humour”.
I write noir with humor which can include the gallows. I identify my genre as Adventures, some Detective, and some Spy.
The first ebook in the Jonas Watcher series is free, check it out.
The rest is subject to change on my personal whim.