Bad Traffic: A Novel

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Simon and Schuster, Dec 9, 2008 - Fiction - 375 pages
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Inspector Jian is a tough Chinese cop who thinks he's seen it all. But his search for his missing daughter takes him to the meanest streets he's ever faced -- in rural England.

Migrant worker Ding Ming is distressed -- his gang master is making demands, he owes a lot of money to the snakeheads, and no one will tell him where his wife has been taken. Maybe England isn't the Gold Mountain he was promised.

Two desperate men, lost in a baffling foreign land, are pitted against a ruthless band of human traffickers in this breathtaking thriller.

 

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BAD TRAFFIC

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

A police inspector from the Chinese provinces comes to England to find out what happened to his missing daughter in this greased-lightning series debut from Lewis (Go, 1999)."Dad, help me," pleaded ... Read full review

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User Review  - jenforbus - LibraryThing

When Inspector Jian, a Chinese cop, receives a cryptic call for help from his daughter in England, he drops everything and heads out to find her, despite not knowing how to read or speak English ... Read full review

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Simon Lewis was born in Wales and grew up in Scotland. He is the author of the Rough Guides to China, Beijing, and Shanghai, and the backpacker novel Go, which he wrote in a village in the Himalayas. He spends half his time in Brixton, London, and the rest in Asia, mostly China and Japan.

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