Live To See Tomorrow | Iris JohansenCatherine Ling is an agent with the CIA. At a very early age, Ling was taken by her mother to live in Hong Kong but disease took the mother and a four-year-old girl was suddenly and frighteningly on her own. The American soldier father she never knew was long since out of the picture and there was no one else to care for the girl. She was one of the thousands of homeless in a city of many millions. Besides learning how to forage anywhere and eat virtually anything, Ling also learned within a few years she had another skill that could not only keep her alive but also earn her money and that was information.
Johansen introduced her Catherine Ling character in the Eve Duncan series. Following that debut, she received her own spin-off series. She is both lethal and attractive. The series is currently ongoing. Looking to take this poison are a rogue op, a gang of criminals and a remorseless killer. Catherine will do what it takes to protect the only two she loves — Hu Chang and her son Luke.
The Catherine Ling series is a series of 4 novels based on the crime fiction and mystery genres and written by the New York Times bestselling author from America, Iris Johansen. The novel series was published from to Only three novels in the series have been released so far, with the fourth due to be released in April The plot of the series is set in Russia, where Catherine is on a mission to find his missing son. Catherine is used to live with her mother in Hong Kong when she was four years old. She is left to live on his own when her mother dies due to some disease. Her soldier father was out of reach and as a result, there was no one else but she herself, to take care of Catherine.
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In addition to being a thriller master, Johansen excels at seeding in paranormal elements that kick her stories into a new gear. Top-notch and absorbing! Author Bio. Live To See Tomorrow April Read Excerpt. Raised on the streets of Hong Kong, she was pulled into the agency at the age of fourteen.
To create a series or add a work to it, go to a "work" page. The "Common Knowledge" section now includes a "Series" field. Enter the name of the series to add the book to it. Works can belong to more than one series. In some cases, as with Chronicles of Narnia , disagreements about order necessitate the creation of more than one series.