Hong Kong

Hong Kong

A Jake Grafton Novel

Large Print - 2001
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Visiting Hong Kong with his wife, Admiral Jake Grafton is expecting a chance to unwind. But soon Grafton is caught up in seismic political stirrings that threaten the freedom of the province, and possibly the world. A series of political murders shakes Hong Kong's power structure to the core. Then, when the Communist-led government shuts down a faltering bank and answers subsequent rioting with bloody reprisals, mainland China's future in the coveted city seems anything but certain. The paranoid regime acts quickly, shutting down newspapers, arresting reporters, interning anyone who looks suspicious. When Jake Grafton's wife is kidnapped by armed assailants, the battle-tested admiral must penetrate the ominous conspiracy that threatens to destroy millions of lives.
Publisher: Rockland, MA : Wheeler Pub., 2001
ISBN: 9781568959856
Branch Call Number: F
Characteristics: 522 pages (large print) ;,24 cm


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