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Cale Dixon and the Moguk Murders

4.33  ·  Rating details ·  9 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Cale Dixon, a detective on suspension, is assigned a research case just prior to reinstatement. A South Korean man, the oldest son of the Won family, is found with a mouthful of Moguk rubies and stabbed in the back with an Un Jang do knife that has been discretely passed down though generations of the Cho dynasty women. Cale has nothing to go on so he travels on a schedule ...more
Hardcover, 336 pages
Published March 15th 2009 by Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency, LLC (first published 2009)
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Lori Anderson
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Books like this one are what give independent writers a bad name. Furthermore, books like this should give independent authors pause before becoming contractually tied to a publisher. I found this book (and its “sequel”) to be so bad that I looked into the publisher a little bit. It turns out, Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Co. (SBPRA) (also known as Author Marketing Ideas (AMI)) is a big-time scam, and I hope any authors who are reading this
Jan 27, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I enjoyed this book a lot. It started in a town that I have many fond memories of living in and loved that it made it visual for me. It carried me overseas to areas I could only dream of visiting and loved the mystery and intrigue that was carried through the book. The history thrown in made it hard for me to put this book down because I love learning about different cultures. Enjoyable read.
David Dagley
Dec 29, 2010 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition

Cale Dixon and the Moguk Murders is a stunning work that plums the depths of international criminality, historical conspiracy, and the inner psyche of the noir landscape. Crisscrossing oceans and cultures, author David C. Dagley establishes a shadowy world of scope and complexity, bringing the reader along into lands peopled by the secretive, the dangerous, and the violent— whether it be San Francisco, or the Burmese countryside. The hero of this novel is Cale Dixon, a hardboiled detective in th
Sep 08, 2009 rated it it was amazing
This book was entertaining from start to finish. It was a quick read. I thought it was interesting how Mr. Dagley incorporated some history and culture into this murder mystery. I am looking forward to to the next Cale Dixon Mystery.
Dec 04, 2016 rated it really liked it
This murder mystery is absolutely fascinating. My knowledge of Myanmar aka Burma was limited to one of Anthony Borodin's television shows. Whether it is Myanmar or Burma really depends on Who you talk to. The People call themselves Burmese, This book is set in the 1990sish.
Cale Dixon is chosen to solve a murder that took place in an elaborate South Asian art museum. At the murder scene, some elaborate Burmese stones were found in a bizarre manner. Everything about the case screams professional a
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I was born in San Francisco and grew up in the small Redwood town of Mill Valley, California until I went to college at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, California. My father received his masters in History from Cal Berkeley and forged his path to being one of the most respected travel agents in San Francisco. He, solely, is responsible for my appetite for travel and change which grew and blossomed aro ...more

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