Crime in London Comes to an End – at least for now in Hobson & Choi

Hobson & Choi has been running for nearly 2 years, published via Jukepop, and the first collected adventure latterly by the author himself by print and e-book. It’s been the most up-voted series on Jukepop. CA - The Girl Who Tweeted Wolf
It’s a darkly humorous London-based crime series featuring private detective John Hobson and, well, his intern Angelina Choi who tried to build their Twitter following… and what comes after. This week, with the 100th episode, Nick brings the series online to a close. As many look forward to the conclusion it’s probably a good time for anyone else to start; book 2 – Rush Jobs – is due in January 15.
The copy below is from the collected first story The Girl who Tweeted Wolf; more details and links on to Nick’s website and Hobson & Choi’s Jukepop page can be found on his Carabas page here.


“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.

Also included: book-exclusive bonus story The Left Hand Is Always Right, grim tale from a dark corner of Hobson & Choi’s London – The Left Hand, budget pub of crime.