The lead character, Camille Sheridan, is a lawyer turned private investigator. She's hard-working, intelligent, and beautiful. She's also tough and believes in fighting for the “under-dog”. When it comes to looks, I thought of Dorthy Dandriged when I created the character. I wanted her to be sexy and classy, but still be able to kick some ass.
This is quite a leap from "My Heart In Seoul". It's definitely a darker, more intense story. Some of the subject matter was difficult to delve into, but it was necessary for the authenticity of the story. Layla Li is Camille's partner in crime. She’s stylish, quick witted and has a bumper sticker on her car that reads: “It's not the size of the dog in the fight, it's the size of the fight in the dog”. The story spans over a decade and a half, and it took me a year to write.
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