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Posted January 13, 2014
Worth reading simple to gain a historical insight to China during WW II
Learning there were concentration camps in China during World War II was an eye opener. Even though the letters Rosalie had written to her mother were part of the fiction, gaining an understanding that perhaps 20,000 Jews were in those camps and to some degree how they may have been treated made it well worth the read. Using those letters as clues to help solve the mystery of the Shanghai Moon became the adventure for Lydia and Bill. Murder occurs to a trusted associate Joel. Now the murderer must be found and the Shanghai Moon too will be discovered, all in the world of today. The mystery would have been more enjoyable if it had been 250 pages instead of 337.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted March 30, 2011
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