Inspector Singh Investigates: A Calamitous Chinese Killing
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Inspector Singh's expertise is required in China in his sixth adventure, as he battles political intrigue to get to the bottom of a very murky and complex crime Inspector Singh is on a mission to China, against his better judgement. The son of a bigwig at the Singapore Embassy has been bludgeoned to death in a back alley in Beijing. The Chinese security insist that he was the victim of a robbery gone wrong, but the young man's mother demands that Singapore's finest (in his own opinion) rides to the rescue. But solving a murder in a country that practices socialism "with Chinese characteristics" is a dangerous business, and it soon becomes apparent that getting to the bottom of this calamitous killing will be his toughest case yet.
Bought from Better World Books. Ex library stock from Bristol Libraries, UK. Appears unread.
Journal Entry 2
Sydney, New South Wales Australia on Saturday, January 20, 2018
I selected this book for one of my holiday reads. Another Inspector Singh book I have enjoyed. This time set in China. The Inspector is called in when the Singaporean son of an embassy official is killed. Involves official corruption, greed and the embassy official's slimy husband. A good read.
Journal Entry 3
Chinatown Gate, Dixon St Mall in Haymarket, New South Wales Australia on Saturday, January 20, 2018
Released 2 yrs ago (1/21/2018 UTC) at Chinatown Gate, Dixon St Mall in Haymarket, New South Wales Australia
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Released in China Town, Haymarket, NSW. (I saw it picked up.)
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