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Academy Chicago Re-releases Next Two Titles in Charlie Chan Mystery Series
Behind That Curtain, The Black Camel, The House Without a Key and The Chinese Parrot
“It takes a special kind of wit to resurrect Charlie Chan, as Academy Chicago has done…”
–Marilyn Stasio, New York Times Book Review
Earl Derr Biggers’ crackling six-volume series featuring the clever, chubby Chinese Detective of the Honolulu Police Department continues with the re-release of Behind That Curtain and The Black Camel.
In the third installment, BEHIND THAT CURTAIN (Paperback, 324pp., $14.95, 9780897335843), Charlie Chan finds himself back in San Francisco working with an inspector from Scotland Yard to investigate a series of murders in which each victim is found wearing ominous Chinese slippers.
In THE BLACK CAMEL (Paperback, 337pp., $14.95, 9780897335850), Charlie Chan is aided by a mysterious fortune teller named Tarneverro the Great to solve the murder of a glamorous Hollywood movie star who has been killed on location in Honolulu.
The two remaining Charlie Chan novels will be published this fall by Academy Chicago.
PRAISE FOR ACADEMY CHICAGO’S CHARLIE CHAN RE-RELEASES
“It takes a special kind of wit to resurrect Charlie Chan, as Academy Chicago has done…ingenious puzzle mysteries written by Earl Derr Biggers in the 1920s.” –Marilyn Stasio, New York Times Book Review
“Reading these books is a definite pleasure. Author Biggers is a smooth strategist, clever plotter and keen observer, and the novels give the same escapist tingle as the best of Agatha Christie.” –Burl Burlingame, Honolulu Star-Bulletin
“…the early Chan novels combine solid entertainment value with a quest..to portray both Hawaii’s culture and Asian Americans’ place with in said culture in a positive light.” –Sarah Weinman, Los Angeles Times
“…old-fashioned mystery fun…” –ForeWord Magazine
CHARLIE CHAN NOVELS COMING SOON FROM ACADEMY CHICAGO PUBLISHERS
#5 Charlie Chan Carries On
(September, Paperback, 252pp., $14.95, 9780-89733-594-2)
#6 Keeper of the Keys
(September, Paperback, 220pp., $14.95, 978-0-89733-595-9)