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FREE READER Á DOC A Calamitous Chinese Killing 9780749957797 ´ GYMAPPAREL Í ➮ [Ebook] ➩ A Calamitous Chinese Killing By Shamini Flint ➺ – Inspector Singh's expertise is reuired in China in his sixth adventure as he battles political intrigue to get to Pinion rides to the rescue But solving a murder in a country that practices socialism with Chinese characteristics is a dangerous business and it soon becomes apparent that getting to the bottom of this calamitous killing will be his toughest case ye Still trying to catch up with all of the books in this series I continue to enjoy and search out those I have not yet read This time Inspector Singh travels to mainland China after a Singaporean diplomat's son is killed Never mind that the murder occurred several weeks prior and Singh is not always diplomatic in his investigations The case is adroitly concluded and the reader learns much about the inscrutable Chinese as each page is swiftly turned As always Shamini Flint has done her homework and keeps her finger on the cultural pulse of her setting Her tale is nuanced with an insider's understanding of Chinese culture and current issues I hope by the time I finally catch up with previously released books in the series Flint publishes yet another Inspector Singh Investigates

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Inspector Singh's expertise is reuired in China in his sixth adventure as he battles political intrigue to get to the bottom of a very murky and complex crime Inspector Singh is on a mission to China against his A Calamitous PDFEPUB or better judgme This is my first time reading a book in the Inspector Singh Investigates series and I loved it for so many reasons A book that raises awareness about the human rights abuses in China an issue that in reality is often ignored or labelled a conspiracy theory A book that points out the fallacies and flaws of socialism and communism Finally The main character is also Sikh and his perspective as a police inspector getting involved with China's corruption and political intrigue was really interesting I loved him as a main character; Shamini Flint writes him just like a real personThe plot of A Calamitous Chinese Killing follows Inspector Singh on an adventure through the high rises and modern smoggy streets of Singapore a place where there's a strong divide between what the tourists and visitors see and what the locals know Singh investigates the murder of the son of a prominent figure in the Singapore Embassy also coming across various people in the process who tell a very different story of China than the one the world wants to see unfair practices at factories the persecution of Falun Gong members and political dissidents these issues are all addressed in a very real poignant way that doesn't shy from bringing out the ugliest aspects of these things in the open while also offering a spark of friendship and hopeI commend the author for not being afraid to talk about China's corruption and rights abuses and for writing diverse characters who aren't just defined by labels I also loved that A Calamitous Chinese Killing has some wit and humour beyond the suspense and mystery and the exploration of Chinese culture and tradition being lost considers the value of experiencing it in full I'll definitely be reading Inspector Singh Investigates books in the future

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A Calamitous Chinese KillingNt The son of a bigwig at the Singapore Embassy has been bludgeoned to death in a back alley in Beijing The Chinese security insist that he was the victim of a robbery gone wrong but the young man's mother demands that Singapore's finest in his own o This is very weird and rather worrying For some reason I had thought that this was a new book and I have just finished reading it 5th July 2018 It was as I was preparing to write my notes that I discovered that I had already read it Although this was less than 3 years ago I have absolutely no recollection of the story and I had no feelings of deja vu during my reading of itIt is rather pleasing to note that my feelings this time were much the same as the lastThis is my previous reviewOnly one of this series has failed to come up to expectations and it wasnt this one Painting a grim picture of life in China the authoress spins a tale of corruption and revenge at the top of Beijings Inner circleI enjoy reading about supposed exchanges with Mrs Singh although there seemed less in this oneThe Who done it element was a bit obvious with such a small 'cast'Overall an enjoyable read but may be it could be time for the Inspector to return to his home soil before who knows maybe a Japanese Jape