Lawrence Kwan lives in Hong Kong with his family. He enjoys sports like golf, but in winter, he travels to snowboard the hills in Japan. He enjoys this sport like his little brother, Terrence Kwan, who is also a young writer. When he doesn’t go to school, involved in school projects, or downhill with his snowboard, he likes a lot reading novels. Two of his favorite genres are adventure and action stories. In the meantime, like many students, he spent time crafting his novella.  

Lawrence dived in the creative writing process in April 2018. He wanted to write a novella. Although he didn’t know how to aboard the process of writing, he had, and still has, great ideas. And why not writing in a genre he likes so much? So here is the thriller «Who Killed Jeff?»

Novella: Who Killed Jeff?

Genre: Thriller

Original Version: English

Words: 15,500

Date of publication: December 2018

Production time: Approx 59 Hrs

After several months, and with over 15,500 words, Lawrence’s novella is finally achieved. He respected the art of a great thriller and brings the reader in the rollercoaster of the genre.

All along the way, he learned how to turn simle facts into a challenging story where the hero, best friend’s Jeff, wants to know and solve the case of “Who Killed Jeff?”

But many suspects are on the list, and it appears that Jeff was not an ordinary student. Surely this story will not let you indifferent.

“Who Killed Jeff?” is a thriller where the story begins with the murder of a student. But who was he? What did he do to deserve to be killed? But moreover, who killed him?


A few seconds later, a figure wearing a hoodie entered the restaurant, following the way right into the washroom. Once in, the person produced a Benchmade 581 pocket knife and hid it behind. At that moment, Jeff finished urinate and went to the sink, opening the tap. As he noticed someone else was standing next to the door, he raised his head. The hoodie made a shadow on the face, hiding it.

“Hey, wanna my pic, little bastard?” The figure didn’t reply but showed the knife and quickly tried to stab Jeff in front of the sink. Jeff ducked down and charge into the attacker. The attacker hit the door and the hoodie fell backward. “Hey, this is my little monkey!” Jeff said. “What were you trying to do?” Jeff said, amusingly. “Don’t tell me you were missing me so much?”


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