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Ava is back, and she is tougher than ever as she uncovers the secret world of art fraud, in the third book in the wildly popular and best-selling Ava Lee Series.

In The Wild Beasts of Wuhan, Uncle and Ava are summoned by Wong Changxing, "The Emperor of Hubei" and one of the most powerful men in China, when he discovers that the Fauvist paintings he recently acquired are in fact forgeries.

Ava uncovers a ring of fraudulent art dealers and follows their twisted trail to Denmark, the Faroe Islands, Dublin, London, and New York. But the job is further complicated by Wong's second wife, the cunning and seductive May Ling, who threatens to interfere in Ava's inestigation.

Will Ava find the perpetrators and get the Wongs' money back? Or will May Ling get to them first?

©2011 Ian Hamilton (P)2017 Anansi Audio

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  • 2021-06-30

Fast Paced Mystery

I'd been wanting to read/listen to this book for some time, particularly as I now live in Wuhan.

I struggled with both the story and narration for the initial 1 hour or so, but once this tale got going, the pace was excellent and always left you wanting to know what happened next. The narrator delivered the story and charecters well. The places were well researched and had an air of believability despite the story overall being far fetched.

Overall, I thoughly enjoyed this book and will be reading more of this series. I recommend it to anyone.