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  • The Eye of Jadeby Diane Wei Liang

    Simon & Schuster 2008; US$ 15.00

    "Having her own detective agency would give her the independence she had always longed for. It would also give her the chance to show those people who shunned her that she could be successful. People were getting rich. They owned property, money, business, and cars. With new freedom and opportunities came new crimes. There would be much that... more...

  • Paper Butterflyby Diane Wei Liang

    Simon & Schuster 2009; US$ 8.24

    Modern-Day Beijing. Mei Wang, 31, lives and works as a private detective in China's capital city. After her resignation from the Ministry for Public Security, Mei saw her status drop swiftly in the eyes of her former colleagues, her TV-star sister, and even her mother. But sharp, intuitive Mei has taken her valuable experience and her insider knowledge... more...

  • Lake with No Nameby Diane Wei Liang

    Simon & Schuster 2009; US$ 14.00

    Beijing University, 1986. The Communists were in power, but the Harvard of China was a hotbed of intellectual and cultural activity, with political debates and "English Corners" where students eagerly practiced the language among themselves. Nineteen-year-old Wei had known the oppressive days of the Cultural Revolution, having grown up with her parents... more...

  • The Eye of Jadeby Diane Wei Liang

    Pan Macmillan 2011; US$ 8.35

    Mei is a modern, independent Chinese woman; she runs her own business in Beijing, working as a private investigator, owns a car, and even has that most modern of commodities, a male secretary. One day, ?Uncle? Chen -- no relation but a close friend of her mother?s -- approaches Mei and asks her to find the Eye of Jade. A Han dynasty artefact of great... more...

  • Paper Butterflyby Diane Wei Liang

    Pan Macmillan 2011; US$ 8.35

    In the outback of China, a political activist, arrested after the Tiananmen massacre, is judged to be a reformed character and released. But Lin is a changed man in more ways than one; haunted by memories of his time in prison, and the events (and people) that put him there, he heads for the country?s capital, where he hopes to confront his demons... more...

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