THE COLOUR OF THUNDER de Suzanne Harrison

A stormy and atmospheric, multi-racial, multi-cultural and multi-faceted mystery set in Hong Kong, full of secrets and dark pasts.

by Suzanne Harrison
Legend Press, October 2020

One small island, six troubled lives, and the storm of the century is on its way. In one of the world’s most vibrant international cities, present day Hong Kong, the lives of six people become irreversibly intertwined. The past is catching up with those running from it, while the futures of others hangs dangerously in the balance. But who knows the most? And what will they do to get it? A pacey and vibrant debut novel.

Most people think of Hong Kong as simply high rises and a shopping mecca for cheap hand bags. But there are loads of interesting characters, plenty of political intrigue, lovely locales to reveal, cultural crossroads – and I have tried to encompass all that in to this book. There have been some great books set in Hong Kong written in English, but I do think there could be many more. The city has a lot more going for it on the story telling front and I would like to get that out there to a wider audience.’ –Suzanne Harrison

Suzanne Harrison is an Australian journalist and Editor who has lived in Hong Kong since 1999. She currently works freelance writing lifestyle and news features for the South China Morning Post.

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