Russian Hill — An Abby Kane FBI Thriller

Russian Hill CoverI’ve finally released RUSSIAN HILL, the first book in a three book mini-series titled, Chinatown Chase.

When I dreamt up this adventure, my thoughts were that it was too big to tackle in one book, hence needing three of them. However, each book will have its own story so there will be a resolution in Abby’s current quest.


A killer is loose in San Francisco, and he’s collecting body parts.

SFPD has no witnesses and no suspects, but FBI Agent Abby Kane believes a dead hiker found ten miles north of the city is the key to solving those crimes.

The detective involved with the case thinks Abby might be chasing a ghost down a rabbit hole, but the more Abby digs, the more she realizes she’s only scratched the surface of what is happening.

RUSSIAN HILL is now available on Amazon.

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5 Responses to Russian Hill — An Abby Kane FBI Thriller

  1. ethanjones78 says:

    Congratulations, Ty, and I hope Russian Hill becomes a bestseller, like your other works.

  2. Bryndan says:

    I have and love all of your books. Any chance of you continuing the Darby saga? Also when will these other two Abby Kane books release?

    • Hi Bryndan. I’m happy to hear that you like my books. I plan on releasing book two in the Chasing Chinatown series in the spring of 2014. I expect to release the third book in series later in the year. As for Darby, I have his next adventure swimming around in my head, and I hope to bring it to life soon. Thanks for stopping by and happy new year.

  3. Fran says:

    Hi Ty, I just finished reading “Russian Hill” and have purchased the other two books in the “Chasing Chinatown” series. I enjoyed “Russian Hill” very much and look forward to the others, but I was curious why, with all the research you obviously did on San Francisco, Nob Hill was spelled “Knob Hill” consistently in the book?

    • Brain fart. That’s the best I can give you for an explanation. I lived in San Francisco for nearly five years and my commute to work had me cutting through Nob Hill. Don’t know why I typed Knob instead of Nob. I’ve taken care of the error and a new file has been uploaded. Thanks for pointing it out to me. I really appreciate it. Have a great week.

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