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HAUNTING TALES OF HONG KONG
THE HONG KONG WRITERS

INKSTONE BOOKS (MAR 2005)
PAPERBACK
Prod. # 9789889836610
Category: Fiction

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Review: The Asian Review of Books


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Thirteen wonderfully spooky short stories from some of Hong Kong's most exciting writers: Michael A Ashton, Michael Gibb, Lawrence Gray, Matthew Harrison, Ken Kamoche, Diana McPartlin, Leela Devi Panikar, Sasha Seth and Roseanne Thong. Take a journey into the dark side of the city and you'll find ghosts everywhere: protesting in Statue Square, lurking on the MTR, grooving in Wanchai nightclubs, dining in Cheung Chau, and wreaking havoc in the New Territories.

"Hong Kong is a haunted city, and, taken together, these stories evoke the atmosphere of a place where the dead mingle readily with the living...a damn good read, perfect for a long, sub-tropical night." -- Rosie Milne, author of 'Holding the Baby'

"At last, our writers, spelunkers of the netherworld, have dutifully paid the invisible ones their rightful homage." -- Francis Moriarty, Hong Kong broadcaster and journalist

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