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Beautiful Ghosts

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Disgraced former Beijing Inspector Shan Tao Yun has been living in the remote mountains of Tibet since his unofficial release from a work camp Without status official identity or the freedom to return to his. Ever had a book that ended so perfectly that you were moved to tears Read this one and you can add it to your short list Kleist, Moos, Fasane unofficial release from a work camp Without status official identity or the freedom to return to his. Ever had a book that ended so perfectly that you were moved to tears Read this one and you can add it to your short list

review ó PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook × Eliot Pattison

Former home in Beijing he's lived with the forbidden lamas for the past year But now there's apparently been a murder in a ruined monastery and the very officials who exiled Shan are after his help In a baf. This is the fourth in the series where Shan the Han from Beijing who was sent to the Gulag in Tibet because he was too honest helps his Tibetan Buddhist monk mentors Lokesh and Gendlun The usual plot comes forth there is a misguided American who is converted to the peace of wonders of Buddhism Corbett the artist FBI man an official from the Chinese government who is criminal and corrupt in this case Ming stealing art and a Chinese official who is a good socialist mean at first but honest in the end Yao There is the turgid progression where everyone finds preposterously elaborate Buddhist temples in caves with riches and traveling around doing nothing But I always care about Shan and delight in the worldview of the Buddhist joy of present time I love the poems he writes to his dead father and burns to heavens An Amish Family Christmas usual plot comes forth there is a misguided American who is converted to the peace of wonders of Buddhism Corbett the artist FBI man an official from the Chinese government who is criminal and corrupt in this case Ming stealing art and a Chinese official who is a good socialist mean at first but honest in the end Yao There is the turgid progression where everyone finds preposterously elaborate Buddhist temples in caves with riches and traveling around doing nothing But I always care about Shan and delight in the worldview of the Buddhist joy of present time I love the poems he writes to his dead father and burns to heavens

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Fling case involving the FBI Chinese Ministers and British relief workers Shan travels from Tibet to Beijing to the U S to find the links between murder missing art his former gulag and his own long unseen s. An Inspector Shan mystery set in TibetIt starts off in the same muddled and confusing way that I remember from The Skull Mantra but it improves; the 2nd half of the book is well plotted and tense the ending is very movingThe story involves art theft and the looting of ancient places in Tibet an ancient ruined monastery a Chinese emperor and his nephew of than 200 years ago and most intriguing Shan's son who he has not seen since he was a small boyI was interested in the mudras which are symbolic gestures made by arranging the hands and fingers in prescribed patterns to represent a specific prayer offering or state of mind This seems so simple but powerful a way for the Tibetans to hold on to who they are