Chinese Whispers by Peter May
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Chinese Whispers Summary
His victims are young, beautiful and viciously mutilated. He calls himself the Beijing Ripper. The media and terror-sticken public are demanding the arrest of the Beijing Ripper and Li Yan, the head of Beijing's serious crime squad, has been put in the spotlight. American pathologist Margaret Campbell is invited to perform an autopsy on one of the victims and her results send shockwaves through the investigation. Then Li begins receiving personal letters from the killer, and his life and career start falling apart. The need to uncover the Ripper's identity becomes paramount if he is to save himself and his family. Peter May's terrifying new China thriller pits Li Yan and Margaret Campbell against an unscrupulous foe who could prove to be their deadliest enemy yet.
Chinese Whispers Reviews
"May's fine sixth entry in his contemporary China series (The Firemaker, etc.) offers some fresh variations on the catch-the-serial-killer within an autocratic society plot." - Publishers Weekly
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Peter May Author Biography
Peter May won the Scottish Young Journalist of the Year Award at the age of 21, and had his first novel published at 26. He then left
journalism and became one of Scotland's most successful and prolific television dramatists. By the age of 30 he had created two major TV series, The Standard and Squadron, for the British television network, the BBC. He went on to
gather more than 1000 TV credits in fifteen years, creating and writing major
drama serials for both BBC and ITV in the UK: including the ground-breaking
Gaelic serial Machair, which he
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