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by David Rotenberg
Author: David Rotenberg
Publisher: Thomas Dunne Books (August 1998)
Category: Unexplained Phenomenons
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The shanghai murders.
The shanghai murders. Finally, I’d like to thank the faculty of the Shanghai Theatre Academy for their patience with this impatient Long Nose, the talent of a brilliant young Chinese actress who played the lead in Rita Joe for me, and my fabulous translator and much valued friend (and the original Zhong Fong) Zhang Fang. A note on Chinese names: They have been simplified as much as possible to resemble the spelling that we would use in the West.
David Rotenberg tin’s Press; Ruth Cavin, without whose skill this book would have never reached its present form. On the less practical side, the support of my parents and brothers was always there for me when I needed it. Robert’s efforts on the part of the book went well beyond sibling obligation.
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The Shanghai Murders - A Mystery of Love and Ivory. Detective Zhong Fong, former head of special investigations with the Shanghai police, has been branded a traitor and exiled to a sleepy village in northwestern China
The Shanghai Murders - A Mystery of Love and Ivory. In a busy Shanghai alley, the body of an American police officer is found, dismembered and arranged in bizarre fashion. The murder appears to be the work of a trained assassin with a deadly message to send. And before long, he leaves another: the body of an African diplomat, as skilfully carved up as the first. Detective Zhong Fong, former head of special investigations with the Shanghai police, has been branded a traitor and exiled to a sleepy village in northwestern China. But his isolation comes to an abrupt end when two Party officials whisk him away in the middle of the night.
May 2002 : Canada Paperback.
The papers say that ivory is smuggled into Shanghai Fong saw them as the eyes of one in love. The eyes of one addicted to the thing he loved, who knew that the source of his addiction had dried up.
The papers say that ivory is smuggled into Shanghai. The papers want it stopped. Fong saw them as the eyes of one in love. That when his work on these tusks was finished, he would have no further reason to live. Just as Li Xiao was about to board the plane for Taipei he was summoned to the front desk by a page.
David Rotenberg is the author of four other Zhong Fong mysteries, as well as the novel Shanghai. He is one of Canada's foremost directors and acting teachers and has directed plays on Broadway and in Canada, South Africa and China. Thriller & Crime Fiction
David Rotenberg is the author of four other Zhong Fong mysteries, as well as the novel Shanghai. Thriller & Crime Fiction. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate. 1st ed. by David Rotenberg. Published 1998 by St. Martin's Press in New York.