A Death in China

A Death in China

eBook - 2010
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The gripping thriller from New York Times bestselling author Carl Hiaasen-now available as an ebook A man's mission to solve a friend's murder makes him the next target in a deadly Chinese conspiracy Art history professor Tom Stratton hasn't seen his former mentor David Wang for years-until they unexpectedly run into each other while Stratton is on a guided tour of China. But the trip quickly turns sinister when Wang is found dead. After the American embassy fumbles the investigation, Stratton sets out to solve the crime on his own, and quickly finds himself tangled in a web of corruption and murder that reaches the highest seats of power. Beset by the suffocating secrecy and subterfuge of communist China, Stratton must solve his friend's murder-before the fury of a brutal conspiracy closes in on him
Publisher: Made available through hoopla, 2010
[United States] : Open Road Media Mystery and Thriller : 2010
ISBN: 9781453210710
Branch Call Number: eBook--Adult
Characteristics: data file
1 online resource
Additional Contributors: Montalbano, William D
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Jun 13, 2017

Good read mystery, but NOT Carl Hiaasen.

JeremiahSutherland Aug 25, 2012

Carl Hiassen collaborated on this book with Montalbano, which is why I picked it up. Unfortunately, little of Hiassen's trademark tongue-in-cheek prose seems to have made it into the final version. It drags along.

Jul 17, 2011

A Death in China ----
by Carl Hiaasen & Bill Montalbano c - 1998 ----

This Story is a very good read! ---- The Main character ends up revisiting his past. Asia had not changed so much since his being there during the war. ---- You'll be burning up the pages on this story, it will grip you and be very hard to put down. ----

Enjoy! ----



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