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Creative Work Literary Agency Signs Acclaimed Chinese Spy Novelists Yang Hengjun
Spy Genre comes to life in China
Rarely do spy novelists possess an intimate understanding of the political
territory they describe. Fatal Weakness, the first novel in Yang Hengjun's
trilogy about spies wreaking havoc on the relationship between America
and China, describes in electrifying detail the intrigue between the two
The forty-two year old Yang Hengjun, a Chinese national, has been lucky
enough to spend his working life in many of the key capitals of the world.
Fatal Weakness, set before the 2008 Olympics, is a revealing portrait of
government corruption and double-dealing. It is the story of a US-China
double agent who ultimately works for neither side but instead serves his
own personal agenda - the precipitation of a US-China conflict.
As yet untranslated and currently too sensitive to be published in China,
the trilogy has swept the Internet, and are some of the most popular
online novels read by overseas Chinese. These taut political thrillers
provide not only an inside view of high-level political machinations from a
Chinese perspective, a view as yet completely unknown to Western
readers, they are also immensely addictive stories.
Every country has an espionage agency and every country sends
out spies. No country ever admits it. But similarly, not many
countries ban the mention of such matters in literary works - sums
up Yang Hengjun.
Marysia Juszczakiewicz who runs the Hong Kong based literary agency
Creative Work which represents Yang Hengjun's spy trilogy - entitled
Fatal Weakness, Fatal Weapons and Fatal Pursuit on a world wide basis
commented "I am very excited about this work as it is one of the first
opportunities Western readers will have to engage and be entertained by
a spy thriller written from a Chinese perspective. These stories have
captured the minds of the overseas Chinese community and we are
convinced they will be equally as exciting for non-Chinese readers."
For further details please contact:
Marysia at Creative Work
e-mail: [email protected]
tel: 852 9761 4122 fax: 852 2167 8885