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Labyrint in Lang-Fang; Het Spook in de Tempel

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Labyrint in Lan-Fang:
In een afgesloten kamer wordt het ontzielde lichaam van een eerbiedwaardige oud-generaal gevonden. Hij is gedood door een giftige pijl. Voor de dode stond een schaal gekonfijte pruimen, maar die blijken te zijn vergiftigd. Deze bizarre moordzaak brengt rechter Tie in contact met nóg een dode, dit keer een beeldschone... Hij grijpt in, om the voorkomen
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Hardcover, 505 pages
Published 1993 by De boekerij Amsterdam
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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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