The Chinese Lake Murders
by Robert van Gulik
University of Chicago Press, 1979
Paper: 978-0-226-84865-5
Library of Congress Classification PR9130.9.G8C5 1979
Dewey Decimal Classification 823

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The Chinese Lake Murders describes how Judge Dee solves three difficult cases in A.D. 666, shortly after he has been appointed magistrate of Han-yuan.

"[Robert van Gulik] deftly interweaves three criminal cases involving exotic yet universally recognizable characters, then has his Judge Dee provide a surprising yet most plausible solution."—New York Times Book Review

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