The Two Sisters of Borneo by Ian Hamilton

The Two Sisters of Borneo

byIan Hamilton

Paperback | February 9, 2014

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The sixth installment in the wildly popular Ava Lee series from Arthur Ellis Award winner, Ian Hamilton.

Ava has been in Hong Kong looking after Uncle. She has also set up an investment company with May Ling Wong and her sister-in-law, Amanda Yee. One of their first investments - a furniture company owned by two sisters in Kota Kinabalu, Borneo - runs into immediate problems with a Dutch customer. Ava goes to the Netherlands to investigate, but her life is threatened when she is confronted by a gang of local thugs in Borneo. Out of the shadows comes a mysterious man from Shanghai . . .

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IAN HAMILTON is the author of the Ava Lee series. The books have been shortlisted for numerous prizes, including the Arthur Ellis Award, the Barry Award, and the Lambda Literary Prize, and are national bestsellers. The Water Rat of Wanchai was the winner of the Arthur Ellis Award for Best First Novel and was named a best book of the ye...
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Title:The Two Sisters of BorneoFormat:PaperbackDimensions:336 pages, 8 × 5.25 × 0.91 inPublished:February 9, 2014Publisher:House Of Anansi Press IncLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1770892443

ISBN - 13:9781770892446

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"Ian Hamilton's great new Ava Lee mystery has the same wow factor as its five predecessors. The plot is complex and fast-paced, the writing tight, and its protagonist is one of the most interesting female avengers to come along in a while." - Lesley McAllister, NOW Magazine

".the series as a whole is as good as the modern thriller genre gets." - David Worsley, The Cord

"entertaining series" - Athena McKenzie, Zoomer