Red Spirit by Humphrey Hawksley

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Early 1989: in the USSR communism is about to collapse. In China civil war is brewing. And an American archaeologist is about to discover an extraordinary secret. Dr Sally Parsons' ambition to excavate the tomb of the ruthless first emperor of China is dashed when she is mysteriously fired from the project. Then Sally agrees to deliver a computer disk to a contact in China - in return for access to the tomb. But the explosive secret the disk reveals is a prize worth killing for. If she survives, Sally's dream of an unprecedented archaeological coup might be within her grasp - but it could turn into a nightmare for millions.

About Humphrey Hawksley

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Humphrey Hawksley worked as a teenager on a cargo freighter, got off in Australia, took jobs as fruit-picker, boatbuilder, and rail hand, then became a reporter. On his first foreign posting, he was expelled from Sri Lanka because of his investigations into its civil war. He went on to open the BBC's television bureau in China, and since 9/11, he has reported on Islamic terror and intelligence issues from all over the world, including Iraq and the United States.
Published August 17, 2012 by Endeavour Press Ltd.. 448 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Crime, Horror. Fiction

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