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Maureen CorriganS.J. Rozan is a good old-fashioned mystery writer, and I mean that as a high compliment…Ghost Hero is haunted by the tragedies and courageous legacy of China's failed democracy movement. As Lydia and Bill get caught up in the swirl of rumors about Chau's paintings, Rozan raises philosophical issues about the power of art to agitate and inspire, and about the morality of secluding that art on the walls of wealthy collectors.
—The Washington Post