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George Fong, The Coldness of Night, is on the Menu at The Blue Plate Special

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Host Terri Lynn Coop is pleased to serve up thriller writer George Fong on The Blue Plate Special.

Praise for "The Coldness of Night: A Jack Paris Thriller:"

“Fong knows his stuff and delivers it.” – Don Winslow

“Authentic and suspenseful – a great thriller.” – Lee Child

"My journey started in 1983. After working full time during the day and going to school full time at night, I graduated from college with a degree in Accounting. That year, I got married and less than a month later, I was sworn in as a special agent with the FBI. After 4 months at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia, I was assigned to the Seattle field office. I chased bank robbers, surveilled kidnapping and murder suspects, and participated in the week-long standoff with a neo-Nazi group known as The Order at Whidbey Island. But it was a case involving the kidnapping of a ten-year-old girl in Bellingham, Washington that stuck with me. The result was my first novel "Fragmented," loosely based on that experience as a rookie agent."

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