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Author G.X. Chen Announces The Release Of Her Latest
Highly-Anticipated Mystery Novel 'The Mystery of Moutai'
LOS ANGELES, April 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- G.X. Chen announced today
that her latest mystery novel The Mystery of Moutai is now available
for sale on Amazon.
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In The Mystery of Moutai, a teenager returns home from school to find
a gruesome scene: the apartment he shares with his mother, Shao Mei,
in Boston's Chinatown has been ransacked and she is dead. There is a
bottle of Moutai-the most exotic and expensive Chinese liquor-left at
the scene and traces of rat poison in one of the two shot glasses on
the kitchen counter. This was evidently a homicide, but who could
possibly be the killer?
Ann Lee and Fang Chen, close friends of the victim, team up with the
Boston police to solve this mystifying crime: why would anyone want to
murder a harmless middle-aged woman, one who worked as an unassuming
mailroom clerk, with no money, no connections, and presumably, no
Realizing that important clues behind the motive may be buried deep in
the victim's past, they travel to Beijing, where Shao Mei spent more
than fifty years of her life. While there, surrounded by the
antiquities of China's rich and complex history, they stumble
unwittingly into a cobweb of mystery and danger. Fearing for their
lives but determined to press on, they end up unearthing a scandal
more deceptive and far-reaching than either could have imagined.
The Mystery of Moutai is available for sale on Amazon in ebook and
To read an excerpt from the book, go to
G.X. Chen is a freelancer who lives in Boston (both of her mystery
novels are based in Boston). She permanently moved from China to the
US after Tiananmen Massacre in 1989. G.X. Chen's previously published
books include The Mystery of Revenge (a mystery novel) and Forget Me
Not: A Love Story of the East (a historic fiction/romance) and several
other novels in Chinese. To learn more, go to
To schedule an interview with G.X. Chen or request a review copy of
The Mystery of Moutai, please contact Kelsey McBride via email.
Media Contact: Kelsey McBride, 805.807.9027
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