Shanghai Gold

Shanghai Gold Shanghai is in turmoil as the Communist army approaches In the ensuing chaos a young crime lord loses a treasure of priceless value Dean Lashure discovers a roll of film in an ancient camer

  • Title: Shanghai Gold
  • Author: Thomas Sturm
  • ISBN: 9780978608101
  • Page: 215
  • Format: Paperback
  • Shanghai Gold

    1949 Shanghai is in turmoil as the Communist army approaches In the ensuing chaos, a young crime lord loses a treasure of priceless value 2008 Dean Lashure discovers a roll of film in an ancient camera, but he does not realize that what he is about to see will change his life forever What starts out as a romantic treasure hunt turns into something darker and far 1949 Shanghai is in turmoil as the Communist army approaches In the ensuing chaos, a young crime lord loses a treasure of priceless value 2008 Dean Lashure discovers a roll of film in an ancient camera, but he does not realize that what he is about to see will change his life forever What starts out as a romantic treasure hunt turns into something darker and far dangerous when the Hong Kong Triads get involved Finding the gold is suddenly only the beginning

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    One thought on “Shanghai Gold

    1. NancyHelen

      Not everyone in the world has 'a novel in them' and some people might have a novel in them, but that doesn't mean they should try and write it. This book was one of those. For starters, the writing was pretty awful, with almost every amateur writing mistake possible rearing its ugly head. The characters were completely wooden. The love affair (embarked on after the two main characters had known each other for all of about 5 seconds), and then the saccharine sweet friendship with the couple in Sh [...]

    2. MsFolio

      As an Action/Thriller this book was an interesting read, but not a "page turner". It is competently written and is an easy read with some interesting ideas.The four main characters are likable, but not well developed as individuals; representing a homogeneous "character type". The plot, while serviceable, did not provide any real moral challenges for the protagonists, nor any sustained physical danger, leading to an overall lack of tension in the book.

    3. Kent

      A good story that needed some filling in. The story about the missing Shanghai gold was well plotted, the mystery monks a little unbelievable, but I could understand the author's need for them in his plot.Part way through a good proof reading would have been advantageous.We have the bones of a good read, just needs some meat.I would be unlikely to read this author again.

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