The Shanghai Murders by David Rotenberg
A Mystery of Love and Ivory

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The first in the series of mysteries featuring Shanghai Detective Inspector Zhong Fong, Fong must solve the bizarre and puzzling murders of a New Orleans police officer and an African diplomat in modern-day Shanghai.
 

About David Rotenberg

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David Rotenberg has directed plays on Broadway, in Montreal, in Toronto, in Cape Town and in Shanghai, PRC. He is one of Canada's foremost acting teachers. His first novel, "The Shanghai Murders," has been optioned for the movies and he is presently at work on the third Zhong Fong novel. He lives in Toronto with his wife Susan and their children, Joey and Beth.
 
Published April 1, 1998 by St Martins Pr. 307 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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When the corpse of New Orleans cop Richard Fallon is discovered in an alley in Shanghai's Julu Lu neighborhood, it's so badly cut up that the Shanghai Daily News dubs it the Dim Sum Murder.

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Irresistibly exotic, this dark thriller pits love and justice against sinister agendas in fast-changing Shanghai. Inspector Zhong Fong investigates the murder and dismemberment of American Richard Fal

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As Fong investigates, he remains haunted by the death of his wife, actress Fu Tsong, four years ago and by the recent return to Shanghai of her lover, Canadian stage director Geoffrey Hyland.

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