The Coyote: A Young Detective Choo Murder Mystery” is a book that is so well executed that it is devoured in less than a day. It’s dynamic, it hooks from the beginning, is entertaining and constantly leaves you with an insatiable thirst to know more. To know how far the characters can go. To know how this whole mess is going to end and who is telling the truth. – Amazon Review
In London, a shocking incident unfolded as Lana, on holiday from Thailand with her husband, mysteriously vanished in the blink of an eye. Frantic with worry, her husband scoured the streets, calling out her name and searching every corner in a desperate attempt to find her.
Eventually, he stumbled upon her lifeless, blood-soaked body lying on the ground, and at that moment, a part of him died with her. The grief and uncertainty of how to move forward consumed him.
Meanwhile, the story takes a different turn as we learn about young Detective Choo, a twenty-six-year-old who has always been considered an outcast. He has always had a peculiar fascination with insects that captivated his attention. Little did anyone know; this obsession would lead him down a dark path toward the possibility of linking them to a crime scene.
The Coyote delves into the chilling details of these intertwined narratives, exploring Lana’s mysterious disappearance and death and the unsettling connection between Choo’s passion for insects and a potential crime. How the puzzle pieces fit together makes for an unforgettable reading experience.
About the Author
David Bond has loved mystery and horror for as long as he can remember. A retired Floridian now living in Thailand, David spends his days pursuing his passion for writing. Crediting his co-workers into pushing him to writing his debut novel The Cemetery 6, David puts pen to paper with his creative imagination continuously straddling fear of the unknown and the excitement of the thrill.
Drawing his desire to write from life experiences—like working as a hotel Night Manager—David tips his hat to genius writers like Stephen King, Dean Koontz, Edgar Allen Poe and Jack Ketchum.
When he’s not writing his next great book, David can be found with his beloved wife Annah exploring the land of smiles and immersing themselves in Thai culture and traditions.