Three thrillers set in WWII-era Asia by a New York Times–bestselling author who writes "like a cross between Joseph Conrad and James Clavell" (Houston Chronicle). "A master of terse, ironic dialogue," the author of A Covenant with Death presents a trilogy that journeys from the Gobi Desert to Peking to Burma in the chaotic years following the Second World War (Kirkus Reviews). The Chinese Bandit: An American ex-marine must run for his life in the cutthroat atmosphere of postwar China, pursued by both a dangerous criminal and Chiang Kai-shek's forces. This one "will keep readers turning pages through the night" (Los Angeles Times). The Last Mandarin: An American mercenary chases a Japanese war criminal through the war-torn streets of Peking in this "fascinating . . . exciting" adventure (ThePhiladelphia Inquirer). The Blue-Eyed Shan: The battle between East and West explodes in a remote corner of Burma, as an anthropologist in an isolated mountain village finds himself fighting to save the people he loves from the Chinese Red Army and a fearsome tribe of headhunters. A thriller "as exciting as Raiders of the Lost Ark" (Publishers Weekly). Described as "absolutely ripping adventure" by Time and "sublime entertainment" by John Irving, the Far East Trilogy is an unforgettable saga filled with suspense, epic scope, and rich historical atmosphere.
by Stephen Becker
by Edith Pattou
by Stephen Crane
by Peter Harmsen
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