“Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the universe.” ― Albert Einstein
During a bungled federal arson and corruption case labeled The Chinese Fire Drill, they meet.
She is a beautiful, high strung ballet diva just returned from Paris. She is also the long alienated daughter of a scheming con artist Gypsy father and tong connected Chinese mother.
He is a witty, gritty, but jaded and low life street cop on night shift uniform nicknamed Mister Hobo. He is also a semi nutcase haunted by a persistent spook kid and dogged by rumors from out of Little China that he has been targeted to die.
She has long cherished dreams for a dancing career and finding love with an old high school crush.
He’s caught in a sleazy nightmare of murder, mayhem, pimps, drugs, and gang wars just trying to stay alive, sane, and ... single.
It’s an old story of boy vs. girl. It’s also a Chinese Fire Drill.
Great Mister Hobo book
This is a great cop novel. Full of suspense, wit, and humor.