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Paul French lives in Shanghai, where he is a business advisor and analyst. He frequently comments on China for the English-speaking press around the world. French studied history, economics, and Mandarin at university and has an M.Phil. in economics from the University of Glasgow.
Quite interesting as to the history of Peking in the 1930's,but I felt as though the author didn't prove hiscase as towho the culprit was with any certainty.Published 12 hours ago by Natural Woman
This book was for our book club, and we all thought it was a great who done it mystery. Well written, and maybe a little thought for a young girl killed so many years ago.Published 8 days ago by Elaine
I enjoyed reading about the history of China. The murder was tragic and unsolved. Obviously there was information that was kept quiet and prevented solving the mystery.Published 24 days ago by Trish Kelso
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Excellently written and devoloped. Story holds your interest to the very end....and what a story! But one has to wonder, a different cast of characters, but what has changed??Published 1 month ago by Mary Lorraine Carson
A sad real life case. Possibly could have been solved if full attention could have been given.Published 1 month ago by Mary Weinberg
Satisfying read. A page turner. I loved the history of preWWII China.
Glad the girl received justice through this book.
Got this as a gift - and interesting to have a view of the older city prior to travelling to Peking - but a pretty uninspired "true life" mystery - would not recommend.Published 1 month ago by Timothy C. Reed