THE KILLER WHORE
Sexy and sexist, humorous and heart-wrenching, defiant and forgiving, Chop-Chop the Killer Whore by Thomas Noah Wood is not one novel, but two. A novel-inside-a-novel: double the drama, double the suspense and double the ultimate climax.
The Killer Whore
Russell Hicks is a shy, former librarian working as an out-sourced private eye, now on the case of a lifetime. He has 106 days to track a killer from fifty years in the past, with a ten million dollars bonus on the line.
Russell finds himself caught between two sexually abused women. Elena is a seductive girl from the Chicago streets who welcomes herself to his heart – and his apartment. The second girl awaits his arrival, gun in hand, and is known only by her nickname – Chop-Chop the Killer Whore. To catch the second, he must give up the first.
Thomas Noah Wood
Thomas Noah Wood is an author and educator from the American Midwest. His second home is Japan, where he is a professor of American Literature at a major Tokyo-area university. He has resided in Japan for four decades.
For 17 of those years, he was also a humor columnist for The Japan Times. No joke. He has written articles on travel and culture for numerous other Japan-based English publications. Fiction is his specialty. East and West romance is his typical target. Dark humor is his tool.