Get ready to laugh - the Feng Shui Detective is back in an all new adventure. Feng Shui master CF Wong's skills and charms are again in desperate need, this time in London. But is the West ready for our Feng Shui crime-fighting hero?
The world's biggest and most expensive aircraft is about to make its maiden flight, and CF Wong has been called in to ensure the plane's feng shui is up to scratch. When a man is murdered on board, Mr Wong is delighted he can charge a premium to alleviate the extra negative energy. He's also been appointed to figure out whether the miseries of the British Royal Family are simply a result of bad feng shui, so things are looking profitable.
But Wong and his irrepressible assistant, Joyce, soon become embroiled in solving the murder. They're forced to use all their charm, logic and feng-shui mastery if they want to live to feng shui another day.
Nury Vittachi takes off in this latest instalment of the eccentric and wildly entertaining Feng Shui Detective series.
Nury Vittachi was born in Ceylon and now lives with his English wife and three Chinese children in Hong Kong, where he has published many books. He writes the popular Traveller's Tales page in the Far Eastern Economic Review, and has worked for the South China Morning Post.