Buddha's Money

Buddha's Money

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Another outing for Ernie Bascom and George Sue?o, Lim?n?s unforgettable US army investigators. Their beat is Itaewon - Seoul?s neon supermarket of cheap thrills, where brightly painted girls promise a piece of paradise in exchange for a few pieces of silver. But in Itaewon, the path to paradise can take some wicked turns... Herman ?the German? Burkowicz has retired from the US Army for a more lucrative career smuggling Korean artifacts. But the price of one such rarity must be paid by his kidnapped foster daughter, Mi-Ja. Sueno and Bascom advise him to pay the ransom: a priceless skull carved out of jade. The problem is, Herman dosen?t have the skull and Mi-Ja?s abductors are in no mood to wait...
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Product details

  • Paperback | 280 pages
  • 128 x 199 x 22mm
  • Profile Books Ltd
  • Serpent's Tail
  • London, United Kingdom
  • Main
  • 1852426225
  • 9781852426224

About Martin Limon

Martin Limon grew up in California. When he was seventeen he joined the army and served ten years of his twenty-year military career in Korea. His first novel, Jade Lady Burning, launched him straight into the top rank of American thriller writers. He is currently editing his father's memoirs.
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?It?s great to have these two mavericks back. These boys are no sweeethearts and their smash-and-burn investigative techniques would get them arrested back home. But in their element these guys are princes? New York Times Book Review ?An old-fashioned adventure with a modern twist? The Times
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124 ratings
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