Water Touching Stone

Eliot Pattison (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$23.99  $22.07
Publisher
St. Martins Press-3PL
Publish Date
September 29, 2009
Pages
496
Dimensions
5.4 X 1.5 X 8.4 inches | 1.5 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780312593483
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About the Author

ELIOT PATTISON is a world traveler and frequent visitor to China, whose numerous books and articles on international policy issues have been published on three continents. He is the author of several books set in Tibet, featuring former Inspector Shan Tao Yun, including the internationally acclaimed, award-winning The Skull Mantra and The Lord of Death.

Reviews

"Intriguing...compelling."--"The San Francisco Chronicle"
"Few mystery sequels have been awaited with as much anticipation as this one."--"Publishers Weekly"
""Water Touching Stone" is a mystery but it is more than just a who-done-it...another triumph for fans of the Edgar Award-winning author."--"The Midwest Book Review"

Intriguing...compelling. "The San Francisco Chronicle"

Few mystery sequels have been awaited with as much anticipation as this one. "Publishers Weekly"

"Water Touching Stone" is a mystery but it is more than just a who-done-it...another triumph for fans of the Edgar Award-winning author. "The Midwest Book Review""

Intriguing...compelling. The San Francisco Chronicle

Few mystery sequels have been awaited with as much anticipation as this one. Publishers Weekly

Water Touching Stone is a mystery but it is more than just a who-done-it...another triumph for fans of the Edgar Award-winning author. The Midwest Book Review

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"Intriguing...compelling." --The San Francisco Chronicle

"Few mystery sequels have been awaited with as much anticipation as this one." --Publishers Weekly

"Water Touching Stone is a mystery but it is more than just a who-done-it...another triumph for fans of the Edgar Award-winning author." --The Midwest Book Review