Yangsze Choo is a fourth-generation Malaysian of Chinese descent. After receiving her undergraduate degree from Harvard, she worked as a management consultant before writing her first novel, the New York Times bestseller The Ghost Bride. She lives in California with her family and several chickens and loves to eat and read (often at the same time). The Night Tiger would not have been possible without large quantities of dark chocolate.
Mazey, bewildering, and absolutely brilliant - I loved it - Natasha Pulley, author of The Watchmaker of Filigree StreetA fascinating and exotic world where perception and truth can be interpreted in many ways - Daily MailAn irresistible page-turner - SagaAn exuberant medley of magic, romance and weirdness - The TimesRiveting . . . Mythical creatures, conversations with the dead, lucky numbers, Confucian virtues, and forbidden love provide the backdrop for Choo's superb murder mystery - Publishers WeeklyA sumptuous garden maze of a novel - KirkusA work of incredible beauty. . . astoundingly captivating and striking in its portrayal of love, betrayal, and death, The Night Tiger is a transcendent story of courage and connection - BooklistSumptuous... full of longing, the pages practically sigh as you turn each one - Oprah.com on The Ghost Bride