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Accidental Heroes, Accidental Villains

Average rating
4.4 out of 5
Based on 11 Ratings and 8 Reviews

Book Description
Announcing the arrival of Accidental Heroes, Accidental Villains, a novel about a Chinese family's struggles with war, revolution, diaspora, love, and the Triads. Follow the Lee family as it traversed continents and the centuries. See one man's rise from the obscurity of the California gold rush to preeminence in the underground realm of one of the world's oldest civilizations. Feel the humility, ... More
Book Information
PublisherVandoos
BindingPaperback
Reading LevelAdult
# of Pages310
ISBN-100578027488
ISBN-13978-0578027487
Publication Date07/07/2009
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About Ed Chung (Author, Editor) : Chung is an eclectic reader. His favourites include biographies and histories, but also span horror, humour, and in fact anything as long as the writing is interesting. He hates reading cookbooks, eve... more
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10/11/2009 Tom Hannah tagged as: I recommend

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7/15/2009 Ed Chung said: Come visit the book site at www.edchung.net See the Book Trailer online on YouTube.
tags: ww2, history, triads, I wrote, I recommend, china

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