C.F. Wong is a Feng Shui master. His work requires silence and cannot be rushed. But now he has an intern who talks non-stop, a cell phone that keeps ringing, and a murder to solve.
Interesting concept for a detective story, Feng Shui seemed to be replaced more by common sense than mystical things but an interesting cast of characters.
This is what I like to call a “common sense” mystery. Rather than one huge case that monopolizes the story, there are several small cases that require thought and common sense to solve. Fans of Agatha Christie and Alexander McCall-Smith might want to try these.
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