Lucky King: A dark, psychological suspense novel by Bruce Griffin Henderson

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What if the predictions in fortune cookies came true?

It’s autumn in 2002 and the US is reeling in the aftermath of the World Trade Center attack.

Jack DuVal, a conservative talk radio host, capitalizes on the nation’s terror to stoke war fever on the airwaves while negotiating a new, multi-million dollar contract. 

But then DuVal receives a fortune declaring, YOU WILL LOSE WHAT YOU TREASURE MOST, which sets in motion a series of events that tie his fate and that of six other people together in strange, inexplicable, and catastrophically fatal ways.

And little do they know, in a dank alleyway in New York City’s Chinatown, there’s man toiling away at an ancient typewriter. 

He’s an ageless soul of unknown origin, spending his days writing fortunes for a wholesale fortune cookie company. 

They call him Lucky King, and the fortunes that he writes come true....fortunes that condemn people who commit one of the seven deadly sins.