The Mystery of the Ming Connection by Crystal Sharpe
Sandra Troux Mysteries

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The new expanded edition of The Mystery of the Ming Connection is Book One of the Sandra Troux Mysteries. The Book Extras that appear at the end of the book provide historic and cultural background on the characters and plot of the story.
 

About Crystal Sharpe

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Crystal Sharpe is the pen name of Baby Boomer co-authors Virginia Cornue and Linda Lombri. Crystal Sharpe was inspired by the famed Carolyn Keene - the pseudonym created by juvenile book publisher Edward Stratemeyer for the writers of his fictional Nancy Drew detective series. Following in this great tradition of mystery writer pseudonyms, the intent of identifying "Crystal Sharpe" as the author of the Sandra Troux Mysteries is to pay homage to the original series' "author." Virginia Cornue, PhD and Linda Lombri - both China adoptive single Moms from Montclair, New Jersey - met in Shanghai on a 2006 heritage tour with their daughters, now in college. Lovers of world cultures, history and mysteries, they've embarked on encore careers like their sleuthing Boomer sheroes. Virginia is an author and cultural anthropologist who teaches part time at Bloomfield College in New Jersey. Linda is an author, home economist and head of Lombri Writes! - her Marketing Communications firm.
 
Published May 25, 2013 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 316 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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