Today I am the tour stop for the Hobson & Choi Series by Nick Bryan tour and I am here to give you ten reasons why you should read this series. Hope you enjoy!
The Girl Who Tweeted Wolf (Hobson & Choi #1)
“If we get 400 followers, John Hobson will solve that nasty wolf-murder case for free! Fight the thing himself if he has to! #HobsonVsWolf!”
Angelina Choi was only trying to drum up some Twitter followers and make a good impression on her first day interning at John Hobson’s one-man detective agency.
But the campaign went viral and now they have a murder to solve, no money coming in, and an unwilling Hobson faced with battling some enormous beast.
With both follower and body counts rising, can they crack the case without offending everyone or being eaten by a huge dog?
The Girl Who Tweeted Wolf is the first case starring Hobson & Choi, a bickering, mismatched detective duo for 21st century London. This book collects the debut storyline of the hit darkly comic crime web serial, extensively rewritten and improved for this definitive edition.
“Sometimes #crime feels like the Matrix. Or the #patriarchy or #porn. It’s everywhere, even in people you trusted, and there’s so MUCH of it.”
Angelina Choi returns for her second and final week of work experience at John Hobson’s detective agency, ready for anything after their first successful murder solve.
After all that online buzz, they’re in phenomenal demand. Can Hobson & Choi solve a kidnapping, play chicken with corporate crime, beat back gentrification, save a dog from drug dealers and head off violent backlash from their last case?
Or will grim revelations about Hobson’s past leave them floundering in the chaos?
Rush Jobs collects the second major storyline in the Hobson & Choi saga, #1 on Jukepop Serials and #2 in Dark Comedy on Amazon, adding brand new chapters and scenes to the case.
Ten Reasons to read the Hobson & Choi Series by Nick Bryan
It’s addictive. Once you start, it’s hard to put the book down as you get completely sucked into the story.
The writing is unique but strong. It’s really interesting jumping from Hobson to Choi throughout the chapters.
Hobson & Choi are strong characters and very enjoyable to read about.
The first case in The Girl Who Tweeted Wolf is intense, fast-paced, and the mystery just keeps you in its grip.
The cases in Rush Jobs are interesting, different, and really show character development.
Both books are really entertaining reads that you really don’t want to miss out on.
If you like detective fiction, enjoy how the internet changes the world today, and want strong characters going on interesting journeys, then you should read these books.
Alongside the gritty side of these books, there is also a sprinkling of humour which really helps to keep the books entertaining.
The setting of London is really interesting and fascinating as you get a really great visual of the books.
Have I mentioned that Hobson & Choi are really great and fun characters? Hobson is someone that I really enjoy reading about and Choi is super fascinating too.
Nick Bryan is a London-based writer of genre fiction, usually with some blackly comic twist. As well as the detective saga Hobson & Choi, he is also working on a novel about the real implications of deals with the devil and has stories in several anthologies.
More details on his other work and news on future Hobson & Choi releases can be found on his blog at NickBryan.com or on Twitter as @NickMB. Both are updated with perfect and reasonable regularity.