Tuesday, March 12, 2013

This Just In… Performance Anomalies by Victor Robert Lee

Victor Robert Lee’s debut spy thriller, Performance Anomalies, introduces a memorable espionage hero. Cono is a startling young man of mixed and haunting heritage who has been gifted with an accelerated nervous system. An orphan and a loner, he acts as a freelance spy, using his strange talents in the service of dubious organizations and governments. In Kazakhstan, on a personal mission to rescue a former lover, he is sucked into a deadly maelstrom of betrayal that forces him to question all notions of friendship and allegiance.

Performance Anomalies explores the expansion of Beijing’s imperial reach into Central Asia, and the takeover of Kazakhstan. Cono’s main adversary is a brutal Beijing agent whose personality has been twisted by the Cultural Revolution’s devastation of his family. Victor Robert Lee’s topical depiction of a Beijing government pursuing territorial expansion is sure to resonate with readers given the current tensions over China’s claims on the entire South China Sea.

You can order Performance Anomalies here. Visit author Victor Robert Lee on the web here. ◊

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