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Qi

David Aikman

Qi

David Aikman

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Richard Ireton is a Hong Kong foreign-base correspondent for an American weekly news magazine. When he is sent to Guangdong, a province adjacent to Hong Kong, to investigate the disappearance of McHale, a missing American, he discovers there are dangerous new political currents flowing through South China. In the middle of these developments are the Qigong cult, based upon meditation and martial arts. The Qigong are rallying around their "great master," Wu Zhaoshan. They are fiercely anti-foreigners. Ireton learns much about the new cult and its dangers to peace in Asia. Ireton learns that McHale, having gotten too close to this cult, has taken refuge in an underground "house church" in Guangzhou.

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Richard Ireton is a Hong Kong foreign-base correspondent for an American weekly news magazine. When he is sent to Guangdong, a province adjacent to Hong Kong, to investigate the disappearance of McHale, a missing American, he discovers there are dangerous new political currents flowing through South China. In the middle of these developments are the Qigong cult, based upon meditation and martial arts. The Qigong are rallying around their "great master," Wu Zhaoshan. They are fiercely anti-foreigners. Ireton learns much about the new cult and its dangers to peace in Asia. Ireton learns that McHale, having gotten too close to this cult, has taken refuge in an underground "house church" in Guangzhou.
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When a Hong Kong-based correspondent for an American weekly news magazine is sent to investigate the disappearance of another American, he discovers dangerous new political currents flowing through South China.
- Publisher

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David Aikman

David Aikman is a former Time magazine chief foreign correspondent who covered foreign affairs for more than 20 yrs. He is now a full time writer and has authored the novel When the Almond Tree Blossoms and a recent book On the Ground in the Middle-East. He resides with his family in Burke, Virginia.
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  • Catalogue Code 235145
  • Product Code 0805432930
  • EAN 9780805432930
  • Pages 240
  • Department General Books
  • Category Fiction
  • Sub-Category Suspense Mystery
  • Publisher Broadman & Holman
  • Publication Date Oct 2005
  • Dimensions 237 x 160 x 24 mm
  • Weight 0.498kg

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