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Fantoom in Foe-lai / Het Chinese lakscherm (Judge Dee #4 & 9)

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Originally written in English by Dutch diplomat Robert van Gulik as The Chinese Gold Murders and The Lacquer Screen. Later translated to Dutch by himself. This edition was sold as a pack of two books, which together have the ISBN 90-225-2562-7.
Mass Market Paperback, 389 pages
Published 1999 by De Boekerij
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Robert Hans van Gulik was a Dutch diplomat best know for his Judge Dee stories. His first published book, The Celebrated Cases of Judge Dee, was a translation of an eighteenth-century Chinese murder mystery by an unknown author; he went on to write new mysteries for Judge Dee, a character based on a historical figure from the seventh century. He also wrote academic books, mostly on Chinese history ...more
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Other Books in the Series

Judge Dee (1 - 10 of 18 books)
  • Celebrated Cases of Judge Dee (Dee Goong An)
  • The Chinese Maze Murders
  • The Chinese Bell Murders
  • The Chinese Gold Murders
  • The Chinese Lake Murders
  • The Chinese Nail Murders
  • The Haunted Monastery
  • The Red Pavilion
  • The Lacquer Screen
  • The Emperor's Pearl

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