“History doesn’t repeat itself, but it does rhyme.”
— Mark Twain

Asia via Crime Novels

Posted: September 6th, 2017 | No Comments »

You may or may not be aware but I write a fortnightly column for The Literary Hub called Crime in the City. The idea is to look at city’s through the lens of the crime books – fiction and non-fiction with a bit of long form TV thrown in for good measure where appropriate. The series roams around the world but the last one was on Hong Kong so I thought I’d plug that and the other Asian cities I’ve covered as they migth be of interst to China Rhyming readers….

Hong Kong, Criminal City That Knows No Night

Shanghai Noir: How to Write Crime Fiction in a City with a 100% Conviction Rate

Crime in the City: Noir at High Noon in Duterte’s Manila

Crime in the City: Singapore, World Capital of the Cozy Mystery

 

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