The Chinese Nail Murders
New York. 1961. Harper & Row. 1st American Edition. Very Good In Slightly Worn Dustjacket. 231 pages. hardcover. keywords: Mystery China Dutch. inventory # 7113. FROM THE PUBLISHER - In the fourth installment of Robert Van Gulik's ancient Chinese mystery series based on historical court records, detective Judge Dee is appointed to the magistrate of Pei-chow -- a distant frontier district in the barren north of the ancient Chinese Empire. It is here that he is faced with three strange and disturbing crimes: the theft of precious jewels, the disappearance of a girl in love, and the fiendish murder involving the nude, headless body of a woman. And even more curious, the crimes seem to be linked together by clues from a popular game of the period, the Seven Board. ‘A delight to the connoisseur’ (San Francisco Chronicle), THE CHINESE NAIL MURDERS was first published in the 1950s. Very Good In Slightly Worn Dustjacket. Bookseller Inventory # 7113
Title: The Chinese Nail Murders
Publisher: Harper & Row
Publication Date: 1961
Edition: 1st Edition.
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