Mei is a modern, independent Chinese woman. She runs her own business in Beijing, working as a private investigator; she owns a car; she even has that most modern of commodities, a male secretary. One day, `Uncle' Chen - no relation but a close friend of her mother's - comes to Mei with a case to investigate. He asks her to find the Eye of Jade, a Han dynasty artefact of great value. The Eye of Jade was taken from its museum during the years of the Cultural Revolution when Red Guards swarmed the streets, destroying many ...

The Eye of Jade 2009, Simon & Schuster, New York, NY

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The Eye of Jade 2008, Simon & Schuster

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The Eye of Jade 2008, Thorndike Press, Waterville, ME

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The Eye of Jade 2007, Picador, London

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