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The Heaven Stone - Daniel, David
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The Heaven Stone - First edition

1994, ISBN: 9780312112820

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Palm Beach, FL: The Trosby Galleries. Very Good- with no dust jacket. N.D.. Softcover. Creasing to upper outer corners of front cover and first two pages. Covers have a couple very slight stains and a couple very slight smudges. ., The Trosby Galleries, St Martins Pr. 1994. 1st Edition. Hardcover, Ex-. VG+/VG. This flavorful first novel introduces Alex Rasmussen, a likable wisecrackin g PI in Lowell, Mass., whose Cambodian population is the second largest in the U.S. Alex, who lives to redeem his lost honor (he was framed as a cop), is hired by Ada Chan Stewart, a Chinese-American social worker, to solve t he murder of Bhuntan Tran, a survivor of the Cambodian killing fields, in w hose house the police found a half-gram of cocaine. During the hunt, Alex l earns a great deal about jade, the "stone of heaven." He discovers that Tra n was one of seven Cambodian refugees executed Khmer Rouge-style in U.S. ci ties in the past 12 months. The story, which takes place in July, ends with a smashing surprise after a piece of tinsel leads Alex to an abandoned tex tile mill where Christmas ornaments are stored. The book won the annual St. Martin's Press/PWA Best First Private Eye Novel contest., St Martins Pr, 1994

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The Heaven Stone - Daniel, David
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The Heaven Stone - First edition

1994, ISBN: 9780312112820

Hardcover, ID: 80032518

St Martins Pr. 1994. 1st Edition. Hardcover, Ex-. VG+/VG. This flavorful first novel introduces Alex Rasmussen, a likable wisecrackin g PI in Lowell, Mass., whose Cambodian population is the second largest in the U.S. Alex, who lives to redeem his lost honor (he was framed as a cop), is hired by Ada Chan Stewart, a Chinese-American social worker, to solve t he murder of Bhuntan Tran, a survivor of the Cambodian killing fields, in w hose house the police found a half-gram of cocaine. During the hunt, Alex l earns a great deal about jade, the "stone of heaven." He discovers that Tra n was one of seven Cambodian refugees executed Khmer Rouge-style in U.S. ci ties in the past 12 months. The story, which takes place in July, ends with a smashing surprise after a piece of tinsel leads Alex to an abandoned tex tile mill where Christmas ornaments are stored. The book won the annual St. Martin's Press/PWA Best First Private Eye Novel contest., St Martins Pr, 1994

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The Heaven Stone. - Daniel, David.
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The Heaven Stone. - First edition

1994, ISBN: 0312112823

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This flavorful first novel introduces Alex Rasmussen, a likable wisecrackin g PI in Lowell, Mass., whose Cambodian population is the second largest in the U.S. Alex, who lives to redeem his lost honor (he was framed as a cop), is hired by Ada Chan Stewart, a Chinese-American social worker, to solve t he murder of Bhuntan Tran, a survivor of the Cambodian killing fields, in w hose house the police found a half-gram of cocaine. During the hunt, Alex l earns a great deal about jade, the "stone of heaven." He discovers that Tra n was one of seven Cambodian refugees executed Khmer Rouge-style in U.S. ci ties in the past 12 months. The story, which takes place in July, ends with a smashing surprise after a piece of tinsel leads Alex to an abandoned tex tile mill where Christmas ornaments are stored. The book won the annual St. Martin's Press/PWA Best First Private Eye Novel contest.., 1st Edition, Hardcover, Ex-, VG+/VG., St Martins Pr, October 1, 1994.

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The Heaven Stone - Daniel, David
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The Heaven Stone - First edition

1994, ISBN: 0312112823

Hardcover, ID: 716880156

[EAN: 9780312112820], [PU: St Martins Pr], This flavorful first novel introduces Alex Rasmussen, a likable wisecrackin g PI in Lowell, Mass., whose Cambodian population is the second largest in the U.S. Alex, who lives to redeem his lost honor (he was framed as a cop), is hired by Ada Chan Stewart, a Chinese-American social worker, to solve t he murder of Bhuntan Tran, a survivor of the Cambodian killing fields, in w hose house the police found a half-gram of cocaine. During the hunt, Alex l earns a great deal about jade, the "stone of heaven." He discovers that Tra n was one of seven Cambodian refugees executed Khmer Rouge-style in U.S. ci ties in the past 12 months. The story, which takes place in July, ends with a smashing surprise after a piece of tinsel leads Alex to an abandoned tex tile mill where Christmas ornaments are stored. The book won the annual St. Martin's Press/PWA Best First Private Eye Novel contest.

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The Heaven Stone - Daniel, David
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Daniel, David:
The Heaven Stone - First edition

1994, ISBN: 0312112823

Hardcover, ID: 716880156

[EAN: 9780312112820], [PU: St Martins Pr], This flavorful first novel introduces Alex Rasmussen, a likable wisecrackin g PI in Lowell, Mass., whose Cambodian population is the second largest in the U.S. Alex, who lives to redeem his lost honor (he was framed as a cop), is hired by Ada Chan Stewart, a Chinese-American social worker, to solve t he murder of Bhuntan Tran, a survivor of the Cambodian killing fields, in w hose house the police found a half-gram of cocaine. During the hunt, Alex l earns a great deal about jade, the "stone of heaven." He discovers that Tra n was one of seven Cambodian refugees executed Khmer Rouge-style in U.S. ci ties in the past 12 months. The story, which takes place in July, ends with a smashing surprise after a piece of tinsel leads Alex to an abandoned tex tile mill where Christmas ornaments are stored. The book won the annual St. Martin's Press/PWA Best First Private Eye Novel contest.

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