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A death in China / Carl Hiaasen and William D. Montalbano.

Hiaasen, Carl (Author).
Book Book (1998, c1984.)
Description: 282 p. ; 21 cm.
Publisher: New York : Vintage Books, 1998, c1984.
1 of 1 copy available at NOBLE (All Libraries).
1 current hold with 1 total copy.
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  • ISBN: 0375700676 (pbk.) :
  • Edition: 1st Vintage Crime/Black Lizard ed.
General Note: Originally published in hardcover in the United States by Atheneum, New York in 1984.
Subject: China > Fiction
Genre: Mystery fiction.
Authors: Montalbano, William D. (Added Author).
Citation: Hiaasen, Carl. "A death in China." New York : Vintage Books, 1998, 1984.
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    From Carl Hiaasen and the distinguished foreign correspondent Bill Montalbano comes a relentless novel of treachery and murder set in the clenched society of China, where even tomorrow’s weather is a state secret.

    David Wang, a Chinese-American art historian, dies shortly after a visit to an ancient tomb housing priceless artifacts. Officials diagnose death by duck, a fatal confluence of culture shock and rich cuisine. But Wang’s friend Tom Stratton suspects something more sinister, especially after the dead man’s brother, a highly placed Party official, tries to have him kidnapped. From a nightmarish interrogation to assassination by cobra, A Death in China takes readers on a trip with no rest stops through a world of claustrophobic mistrust and terrifying danger.
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