The Mao Case

Anglais The Mao Case (édition en anglais)

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Tucked away from the building sites of modern Shanghai are the beautiful mansions once owned by the smartest families in 1930s China. They have since been bought by rich businessmen and high-ranking members of the Communist Party. All except one. The owner is an old painter who holds a glittering party eachnight: swing jazz plays for his former neighbours, who dance, remember old times and forget for an evening the terrors that followed. But questions are being asked. How can he afford such a lifestyle? His paintings? Blackmail? A triad connection? Prostitution? Inspector Chen is asked to investigate discreetly what is going on behind the elegant façade. But, before he can get close to anyone, one of the girls is found murdered in the garden and another is terrified she will be next. Chen's quest for answers will take Chen to a strange businessman, triads, Chairman Mao himself and a terrible secret the Party will go to any length to conceal.

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Rayons : Policier & Thriller > Policier

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  • Nombre de pages

    304 Pages

  • Longueur

    18 cm

  • Largeur

    11 cm

  • Épaisseur

    2 cm

  • Poids

    164 g

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Xiaolong Qiu

  • Naissance : 1-1-1953
  • Age : 67 ans
  • Langue : Anglais

Qiu Xiaolong est né à Shanghai en 1953. Lors de la Révolution culturelle, son père est la cible des révolutionnaires et lui-même est interdit d'école. Il émigre aux USA après les événements de Tian'anmen. Il est l'auteur de six romans policiers déjà disponibles en Points.