The Red Pavilion: A Judge Dee Mystery by Robert van Gulik

The Red Pavilion: A Judge Dee Mystery

byRobert van Gulik

Paperback | April 1, 2005

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A chance encounter with Autumn Moon, the most powerful courtesan on Paradise Island, leads Judge Dee to investigate three deaths. Although he finally teases the true story from a tangled history of passion and betrayal, Dee is saddened by the perversion, corruption, and waste of the world "of flowers and willows" that thrives on prostitution.

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Robert Van Gulik (1910-67) was a Dutch diplomat and an authority on Chinese history and culture. He drew his plots from the whole body of Chinese literature, especially from the popular detective novels that first appeared in the seventeenth century.
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Title:The Red Pavilion: A Judge Dee MysteryFormat:PaperbackDimensions:185 pages, 8 × 5.25 × 0.8 inPublished:April 1, 2005Publisher:University Of Chicago Press

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Table of Contents

Illustrations
Judge Dee Meets the Queen Flower
Judge Dee and Magistrate Lo
Ma Joong Makes a Discovery
Judge Dee, Assisted by Warden Feng, Hears Kia Yu-po
A Meeting in a Garden Pavilion
A Chain-Fighter Defeats the Assassins

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A chance encounter with Autumn Moon, the most powerful courtesan on Paradise Island, leads Judge Dee to investigate three deaths. Although he finally teases the true story from a tangled history of passion and betrayal, Dee is saddened by the perversion, corruption, and waste of the world "of flowers and willows" that thrives on prostitution.