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Author:Keith R.A DeCandido [DeCandido, Keith R.A.]

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ISBN: 9781848569263

Publisher: Titan

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Heart of the Dragon by Keith R.A DeCandido

FIFTEEN

Lin Sun loved his job.

It was a simple job, one that didn’t require a great deal of effort, but which allowed him to talk to people. Lin had always been what Americans referred to as a “people person.”

 

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Heart of the Dragon by Keith R.A DeCandido

Author:Keith R.A DeCandido [DeCandido, Keith R.A.] , Date: June 24, 2019

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Author:Keith R.A DeCandido [DeCandido, Keith R.A.]

Language: eng

Format: epub

ISBN: 9781848569263

Publisher: Titan
FIFTEEN

Lin Sun loved his job.

It was a simple job, one that didn’t require a great deal of effort, but which allowed him to talk to people. Lin had always been what Americans referred to as a “people person.”

As a boy he’d come to San Francisco with his family, and immediately started making friends. Unlike his older brother and younger sister—who were reserved at best, chronically shy at worst, just like Mother, Father, and Grandfather—Lin got along with everyone he met.

As he’d grown, he’d hoped for a career working with people. Perhaps as a librarian, or something else that involved serving the public.

But he quickly realized that what he hoped for made no difference, especially once he became old enough to learn the truth about why his parents had uprooted them from China.

The Triads had done Mother and Father a favor. To repay the favor, they had been forced to move to San Francisco and promise that all three of their children would serve under a boss known only as “the Old Man.”

For his sister, Lien, that meant serving as a hostess at one of the brothels. To Father’s relief, she was not asked to be a prostitute. All she had to do was bring drinks, and occasionally let a customer buy her a drink.

For his brother, it meant being a personal errand boy for the Old Man.

Lin was grateful that the Old Man had actually met the children before giving them their assignments within the gang, because as soon as he did so, he recognized that Lin had a gift for talking to people. Thus, by the time he was sixteen, he was a waiter in one of the Triads’ restaurants, eventually working his way up to maître d’.

That meant that he got to spend every day talking to people, greeting them, seating them, making sure they were enjoying their meals, and simply reveling in meeting other members of the human race.

Every day he recognized that his lot could have been much worse. His brother, Quan, had been killed in a drive-by shooting just last year. And while Lien wasn’t forced to sleep with her customers, her life was a grim one, and not likely to get any better.

Lin didn’t think very highly of Tommy Shin. The Old Man had kept things running smoothly, but Tommy kept trying to change things for their own sake, regardless of whether or not they worked. It was as if his only concern was not doing things the way the Old Man had done them, regardless of whether it was the right way or not.

Even worse, he let half-breeds like Albert Chao work for him, and move up in the ranks. That may have been acceptable to Americans, who had no proper sense of racial identity, but for true Chinese like Lin and his family such practices were not to be encouraged—certainly not by rewarding mongrels with positions of power.

As a result, Lin hadn’t bothered to “keep an eye” on the stubble-covered American who’d been dining with his headphones on.

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