Sacramento, CA (Sept. 2, 2011) — The Lin Wu Chronicles by P.A. Clark is the page-turning story of Lin Wu, a university student who finds herself in the wrong place at the wrong time repeatedly, with monsters and villains lurking around every corner.
When Lin Wu’s life is threatened, readers are kept on the edges of their seats as a series of stories about Lin Wu’s misadventures unfolds.
Wherever the beautiful and unassuming protagonist goes, danger seems to follow, from a “campus creeper” to a horrifying weekend spent at the Marso Mansion. Although Lin Wu is never looking for trouble, bad luck looms over her, from being drawn into her roommate’s term paper scheme to becoming embroiled in a dysfunctional mother-daughter relationship when her captivating beauty gains the attention of a mother who has scorned her once-beautiful daughter and rejected her.
Lin Wu is a unique heroine, an Asian-American woman whose personality is a cultural blend of her two countries. Her natural beauty and humble nature capture the attention of those around her and the hearts of readers, who are taken on one riveting adventure after another.
She is a biochemistry student at UC Davis, a girl whose rational approach and calm nature sees her through the extraordinary events of a life that is “not always kind” to her; monsters and villains continually pop up in my life, presenting challenges for me to overcome. It’s these stories that make up the always trying and sometimes terrifying Lin Wu Chronicles.
The Lin Wu Chronicles is both a novel and a collection of short stories, tracking Lin Wu’s story, while rendering separate mysteries and intrigues throughout the book, interweaving several stories within a story. Whether you enjoy horror, intrigue, suspense, or just a good story, The Lin Wu Chronicles is a must-read.