Novelist D. L. Kung worked as a journalist for over twenty years in Asia, mainly in Hong Kong and mainland China, for Business Week, The Economist, The Washington Post, National Public Radio and The International Herald Tribune and is the author of the trilogy, "The Handover Mysteries." Kung won the Overseas Press Club Award for Best Humanitarian Reporting in 1991 for coverage of China's prison labor in Business Week and a commendation from the BBC World Service/British Council Playwriting Contest in 2009 for the play based on the true story of Chinese writer-in-detention He Depu, "Dear Mr. Rogge," now available as a Kindle e-book. Kung's interests include advocacy as a member of PEN International on behalf of Chinese writers in detention. Contact the author c/o Editorial Dept. (Fiction) Eyes and Ears Editions at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Handover Mysteries can also be purchased as paperbacks directly from Eyes and Ears Editions.