China Trade by S. J. Rozan
(Lydia Chin, Bill Smith Mystery)

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Asian-American P.I. Lydia Chin is led into a baffling case of deception, murder, and gang war after being called in to investigate a not-so-simple theft from New York City's Chinatown Museum. A first novel.

About S. J. Rozan

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S. J. Rozan is the author of seven previous novels, most recently "Reflecting the Sky," She has won both the Shamus Award for Best Novel (for "Concourse") and the Anthony Award for Best Novel (for "No Colder Place") and was an Edgar Award finalist. Rozan is an architect, born and currently lives in New York City.
Published October 1, 1994 by St Martins Pr. 263 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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not from Trouble, the dai lo of the Golden Dragons, who tells her he's sublet the protection franchise for Chinatown Pride's corner to the Main Street Boys (but then why haven't the Boys demanded their monthly payoff?) and then kicks her into a pile of garbage;

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Rozan's debut novel, focusing both on china, the porcelain, and on the homeland of many inhabitants of New York City's Chinatown, introduces likable Asian-American PI, Lydia Chin. Lydia, hired by the

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Through Lydia Chin, the author guides us into the amazing and shadowy world of Chinese people in America, of gangs, small shops, alternative medicines, and the reclusive obsessive world of people who are fixated on extremely limited aspects of the art world.

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