8 years later, Mai Jia unveils new book deciphering codes of human nature – Xinhua

Chinese espionage writer Mai Jia has said his new book, initially titled “Rensheng Haihai” (life is ocean-wide), tells of a struggling man’s “friendship” with his own fate.

More than eight years after the publication of his last novel, Mai Jia’s new work is ready. In the past his spy thrillers have swept major literary awards in China, and he has been referred to by some western critics as China’s answer to John le Carre…

Reblogged from Xinhua

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