The Apple Eaters : A Jimmy Sung Mystery

The Apple Eaters: A Jimmy Sung Mystery

By Ernest Langford
$21.95



This light-hearted murder mystery features Jimmy Sung, an unsuccessful private investigator who was once a certified whiz kid but has since sunk into a dreamy existential malaise.

When schoolgirl Janet MacDougall hears that her playboy brother Martin has committed suicide, she doesn't believe it. Desperate to learn the truth, Janet hires Jimmy Sung, a Chinatown private eye, to find out how her brother really died. Jimmy's sleuthing uncovers Martin's dark secrets: drug abuse, sexual perversity and a bizarre relationship with his sister Janet. With each chilling interview, Jimmy pieces together the truth about Martin's death -- that is, until his informants start dying.

Set in Vancouver's Chinatown, this contemporary mystery explores the dark side of human sexuality and the paths people take to their own destruction. Tense and dramatic, The Apple Eaters is as tantalizing as it is disturbing.


Harbour Publishing
ISBN: 9781550171006
Paperback / softback
5.5 in x 8.5 in - 200 pp

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This light-hearted murder mystery features Jimmy Sung, an unsuccessful private investigator who was once a certified whiz kid but has since sunk into a dreamy existential malaise.

When schoolgirl Janet MacDougall hears that her playboy brother Martin has committed suicide, she doesn't believe it. Desperate to learn the truth, Janet hires Jimmy Sung, a Chinatown private eye, to find out how her brother really died. Jimmy's sleuthing uncovers Martin's dark secrets: drug abuse, sexual perversity and a bizarre relationship with his sister Janet. With each chilling interview, Jimmy pieces together the truth about Martin's death -- that is, until his informants start dying.

Set in Vancouver's Chinatown, this contemporary mystery explores the dark side of human sexuality and the paths people take to their own destruction. Tense and dramatic, The Apple Eaters is as tantalizing as it is disturbing.

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Harbour Publishing
ISBN: 9781550171006
Paperback / softback
5.5 in x 8.5 in - 200 pp