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Slaughter Pavilion

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'The world will witness my despair . . .' In the heart of Beijing's business district, a man throws himself off the top of a building. Tied to an advertising hoarding on the roof, he leaves behind his dead and frozen child. Having earlier rejected the man's plea for help, Beijing private investigator Song has enough to deal with - Song's own father-in-law, soon to be tried on corruption charges, is found dead. Did he kill himself or was someone else involved? But Song cannot forget the man and his frozen child. When he starts to investigate, he and his team are drawn into a web of evil that extends from the scorching Beijing summer to the slums of London. And in a country where justice is often for sale, can Song discover the truth before it is buried for good?

Auteur

Catherine Sampson



Texte du rabat

'The world will witness my despair . . .'

In the heart of Beijing's business district, a man throws himself off the top of a building. Tied to an advertising hoarding on the roof, he leaves behind his dead and frozen child.

Having earlier rejected the man's plea for help, Beijing private investigator Song has enough to deal with - Song's own father-in-law, soon to be tried on corruption charges, is found dead. Did he kill himself or was someone else involved?

But Song cannot forget the man and his frozen child. When he starts to investigate, he and his team are drawn into a web of evil that extends from the scorching Beijing summer to the slums of London. And in a country where justice is often for sale, can Song discover the truth before it is buried for good?



Résumé
'The world will witness my despair . . .' In the heart of Beijing's business district, a man throws himself off the top of a building. Tied to an advertising hoarding on the roof, he leaves behind his dead and frozen child. Having earlier rejected the man's plea for help, Beijing private investigator Song has enough to deal with - Song's own father-in-law, soon to be tried on corruption charges, is found dead. Did he kill himself or was someone else involved? But Song cannot forget the man and his frozen child. When he starts to investigate, he and his team are drawn into a web of evil that extends from the scorching Beijing summer to the slums of London. And in a country where justice is often for sale, can Song discover the truth before it is buried for good?

Informations sur le produit

Titre: Slaughter Pavilion
Auteur:
Code EAN: 9780230738416
ISBN: 978-0-230-73841-6
Protection contre la copie numérique: Adobe DRM
Format: eBook (epub)
Editeur: Pan Macmillan
Genre: Suspense
nombre de pages: 320
Parution: 22.02.2011
Année: 2011
Sous-titre: Englisch