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A good read worth the price. Really, really good if you like China based mysteries.Published 8 days ago by JATBC
This book is to be savored as both a solidly entertaining mystery and a commentary on the newly emerging Shanghai of the early 2000s. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kelley Ridings
Be patient with this author's method to give readers a thoughtful, well- crafted, history-informative, gripping mystery. I am very partial to this fictional detective hero.Published 5 months ago by Jean Purcell
I really don't like that Amazon wants to force me to write something meaningful here. I wanted to give four stars without having to write a tome why.Published 7 months ago by Dart Vader
This detective novel, like others by Qiu Xiaolong, is set in current times and includes the difficulties that many Chinese of this era must share. Read morePublished 8 months ago by kay Irwin
Have enjoyed this series. This one has several subplots put spends more time on the history of the Red Guards and business relationships of modern China than on developing a good... Read morePublished 8 months ago by William G. Hoppes
A good read packed with details that would escape most Westerners about pre and post Mao era in China. It is quite descriptive and has occasional pearls of wisdom.Published 10 months ago by Janet Fisher