The Red Pole of Macau: An Ava Lee Novel

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A forensic accountant attempts to rescue her half-brother and his business partner from a bad real estate deal in Macau that involved gangsters posing as developers in the third novel of the series following The Wild Beasts of Wuhan.

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"Hamilton makes each page crackle with the kind of energy that could easily jump to the movie screen."--Rachel Kramer Bussel, "Penthouse

""Formidable...Ava Lee is unbeatable at just about everything....She's perfect."--"The Toronto Star

""Ian Hamilton really knows his stuff, offering intriguing insights into a secret world and a heroine as fascinating as she is fierce. A fantastic read, I can't wait for the next one."--Simon Lewis, author of "Bad Traffic

""Slick, fast-moving escapism reminiscent of Ian Fleming."--"Booklist

""Hamilton ("The Disciple of Las Vegas", 2013, etc.) delivers colorful snapshots of Hong Kong and Macau, a well-paced plot, and a smart and capable heroine who'll make you see accounting in a whole new light."--"Kirkus Reviews
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"Asian locales and action increasing to a deadly climax add to the appeal of this fourth (after "The Wild Beasts of Wuhan", 2013) in Hamilton's surefire series."--"Booklist"
"Cutting edge crime novels."--BBC.com

"Hamilton makes each page crackle with the kind of energy that could easily jump to the movie screen."--Rachel Kramer Bussel, "Penthouse

""Formidable...Ava Lee is unbeatable at just about everything....She's perfect."--"The Toronto Star

""Ian Hamilton really knows his stuff, offering intriguing insights into a secret world and a heroine as fascinating as she is fierce. A fantastic read, I can't wait for the next one."--Simon Lewis, author of "Bad Traffic

""Slick, fast-moving escapism reminiscent of Ian Fleming."--"Booklist

""Hamilton ("The Disciple of Las Vegas", 2013, etc.) delivers colorful snapshots of Hong Kong and Macau, a well-paced plot, and a smart and capable heroine who'll make you see accounting in a whole new light."--"Kirkus Reviews
"
"Asian locales and action increasing to a deadly climax add to the appeal of this fourth (after "The Wild Beasts of Wuhan", 2013) in Hamilton's surefire series."--"Booklist"
"Cutting edge crime novels."--BBC.com
"Hamilton makes each page crackle with the kind of energy that could easily jump to the movie screen."--Rachel Kramer Bussel, "Penthouse
""Formidable...Ava Lee is unbeatable at just about everything....She's perfect."--"The Toronto Star
""Ian Hamilton really knows his stuff, offering intriguing insights into a secret world and a heroine as fascinating as she is fierce. A fantastic read, I can't wait for the next one."--Simon Lewis, author of "Bad Traffic
""Slick, fast-moving escapism reminiscent of Ian Fleming."--"Booklist
""Hamilton ("The Disciple of Las Vegas," 2013, etc.) delivers colorful snapshots of Hong Kong and Macau, a well-paced plot, and a smart and capable heroine who'll make you see accounting in a whole new light."--"Kirkus Reviews
"
"Asian locales and action increasing to a deadly climax add to the appeal of this fourth (after "The Wild Beasts of Wuhan," 2013) in Hamilton's surefire series."--"Booklist"

Cutting edge crime novels. "BBC.com"

Hamilton makes each page crackle with the kind of energy that could easily jump to the movie screen. "Rachel Kramer Bussel, Penthouse"

Formidable...Ava Lee is unbeatable at just about everything....She's perfect. "The Toronto Star"

Ian Hamilton really knows his stuff, offering intriguing insights into a secret world and a heroine as fascinating as she is fierce. A fantastic read, I can't wait for the next one. "Simon Lewis, author of Bad Traffic"

Slick, fast-moving escapism reminiscent of Ian Fleming. "Booklist"

Hamilton ("The Disciple of Las Vegas," 2013, etc.) delivers colorful snapshots of Hong Kong and Macau, a well-paced plot, and a smart and capable heroine who'll make you see accounting in a whole new light. "Kirkus Reviews"

Asian locales and action increasing to a deadly climax add to the appeal of this fourth (after "The Wild Beasts of Wuhan," 2013) in Hamilton's surefire series. "Booklist""

Cutting edge crime novels. BBC.com

Hamilton makes each page crackle with the kind of energy that could easily jump to the movie screen. Rachel Kramer Bussel, Penthouse

Formidable...Ava Lee is unbeatable at just about everything....She's perfect. The Toronto Star

Ian Hamilton really knows his stuff, offering intriguing insights into a secret world and a heroine as fascinating as she is fierce. A fantastic read, I can't wait for the next one. Simon Lewis, author of Bad Traffic

Slick, fast-moving escapism reminiscent of Ian Fleming. Booklist

Hamilton (The Disciple of Las Vegas, 2013, etc.) delivers colorful snapshots of Hong Kong and Macau, a well-paced plot, and a smart and capable heroine who'll make you see accounting in a whole new light. Kirkus Reviews

Asian locales and action increasing to a deadly climax add to the appeal of this fourth (after The Wild Beasts of Wuhan, 2013) in Hamilton's surefire series. Booklist

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"Cutting edge crime novels." --BBC.com

"Hamilton makes each page crackle with the kind of energy that could easily jump to the movie screen." --Rachel Kramer Bussel, Penthouse

"Formidable...Ava Lee is unbeatable at just about everything....She's perfect." --The Toronto Star

"Ian Hamilton really knows his stuff, offering intriguing insights into a secret world and a heroine as fascinating as she is fierce. A fantastic read, I can't wait for the next one." --Simon Lewis, author of Bad Traffic

"Slick, fast-moving escapism reminiscent of Ian Fleming." --Booklist

"Hamilton (The Disciple of Las Vegas, 2013, etc.) delivers colorful snapshots of Hong Kong and Macau, a well-paced plot, and a smart and capable heroine who'll make you see accounting in a whole new light." --Kirkus Reviews

"Asian locales and action increasing to a deadly climax add to the appeal of this fourth (after The Wild Beasts of Wuhan, 2013) in Hamilton's surefire series." --Booklist

About the Author:

Ian Hamilton has had a range of careers over the span of his life, from journalist to diplomat, but it wasn't until a health scare that he sat down to write his first novel. Ava Lee was the heroine that came to him and so the series was born. Hamilton's journalism has been featured in Maclean's and Saturday Night Magazine. He is the author of The Disciple of Las Vegas, The Wild Beasts of Wuhan, The Red Pole of Macau, and The Water Rat of Wanchai. He lives in Burlington, Ontario, with his wife, Lorraine. He has four children and seven grandchildren.

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