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The Interior

See, Lisa

Published by Harpercollins, 1999
ISBN 10: 0060192615 / ISBN 13: 9780060192617
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Title: The Interior

Publisher: Harpercollins

Publication Date: 1999

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: As New

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: First Edition.

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Signed by Author 0060192615 This hardcover book is Fine, being square and tight. The boards and spine have no wear with pristine lettering. The pages and endpages are clean, with no markings or folds. The dustjacket is As New. Original Price is intact. Not ex-lib. No remainder mark. This copy is signed by the Author on the title page without inscription. Bookseller Inventory # 006282

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A beautifully written, timely, and suspenseful thriller set in modern-day China, The Interior is the second novel from Lisa See, whose fiction debut, Flower Net, was a national bestseller, a New York Times Notable Book, and a nominee for the prestigious Edgar Award.

In Flower Net, Lisa See ripped away the veil from modern China--its venerable culture, its teeming economy, its institutionalized cruelty. In The Interior, she probes the mysterious layers of China's vast land and the powerful bonds of family, friendship, and history that run deep within the soil.

The Interior brings back the duo of Chinese police detective Liu Hulan and her lover, American attorney David Stark. This time, for Hulan, the case is alarmingly personal, unearthing her own buried past and a stunning network of violence and conspiracy.

When an old friend from a village deep within China's interior asks Hulan to find out the truth about her daughter's suspicious suicide, Hulan cannot refuse--even if it means going undercover in a newly built American toy factory linked to David's firm and finding her way into the heart of a dangerous mystery.

Meanwhile, David's new job has him trapped in a tangle of legal and ethical dilemmas. To extricate himself, he must first decide whom to trust and where his greatest duty lies.

A novel rich in atmosphere and charged with the complexity of Chinese and American relations today, The Interior explores the exciting and fascinating depth of China's most remote regions, where loyalty, greed, and love collide with terrifying consequences.

Review: In our world, two years have passed since the publication of Flower Net, Lisa See's debut in thriller fiction, but as The Interior begins, only a few months have passed since Liu Hulan, a detective in Communist China's Ministry of Public Security, and U.S. Attorney David Stark first teamed up to catch a murderer--and rekindled their old love affair. Now, as David struggles to find a way to get back to China--or convince Hulan to move to America--Hulan goes to the village of Da Shui at the request of an old friend whose daughter has been murdered. Initial evidence suggests that it may have something to do with the nearby factory owned by an American toy manufacturer, where hundreds of Chinese women are working in sweatshop conditions. Meanwhile, David's old law firm has suddenly offered him an opportunity to head its new Beijing office, where one of his first duties will be to help one of the firm's corporate clients complete his purchase of the toy company. See's descriptions of daily Chinese life, both in Beijing and the far outposts of the country, are richly detailed. But the novel's even greater strength lies in the contests of will between David and Hulan and their various adversaries--as well as between each other, as Hulan struggles against what she perceives as a threat to her independence, and David must withhold critical information from his partner because it comes from one of his clients. While it certainly helps to have read Flower Net, The Interior is a surefooted exotic thriller in its own right, which will undoubtedly earn Lisa See as many new fans as the old ones it pleases.

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