THE BITTER TEA by Gavin Black

THE BITTER TEA

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Another one for durable British businessman-old-China-hand Paul Harris whose vacation in an elegant Malaysian resort is ended with the arrival of Chou En Lai's Minister, in a burst of gunfire. Is Lum Ping, a Red guerrilla behind the shooting the same as Lung, who manages one of Harris' shipping companies in Singapore? One which is being appropriated? Harris who is kidnapped, drugged and subjected to everything except acupuncture wraps it up efficiently but you'll have to give it your undivided attention.

Pub Date: Dec. 6th, 1972
Publisher: Harper & Row