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4.0 out of 5 stars Charlie Chan Meets A Bilingual Parrot, 19 Dec 2005
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Rosemary Brunschwyler (Homewood, Alabama, USA) - See all my reviews
This review is from: The Chinese Parrot (Paperback)
Sally Jordan is a Honolulu heiress who is forced to sell a valuable set of pearls. The pearls are sold to Wall Street financier P.J. Madden through a local jeweler named Alexander Eden. The plan is to deliver the pearls to Madden in New York City. Charlie Chan and the jeweler's son Bob are selected to make the delivery. Charlie and Bob learn along the way that there has been a change of plans and the pearls will now be taken to Madden's ranch in the California dessert. Charlie is suspicious and decides to send Bob ahead to the ranch without the pearls while he arrives later disguised as a Chinese cook. THE CHINESE PARROT was produced as a silent film by Universal in 1926 with the role of Chan played by Kamiyama Sojin, a Japanese actor.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Another Good Charlie Chan Mystery, 11 Dec 2003
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Peter Kenney (Birmingham, Alabama, USA) - See all my reviews
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THE CHINESE PARROT is a fairly good Charlie Chan mystery which takes place mostly at a ranch in the California desert. Charlie spends part of his time disguised as a Chinese cook while working on the case. Earl Biggers is the author of just six Charlie Chan mysteries and they all are entertaining detective stories.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Another Good Charlie Chan Mystery, 3 Dec 2003
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Peter Kenney (Birmingham, Alabama, USA) - See all my reviews
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THE CHINESE PARROT is a fairly good Charlie Chan mystery which takes place mostly at a ranch in the California desert. Charlie spends part of his time disguised as a Chinese cook while working on the case. Earl Biggers is the author of just six Charlie Chan novels and I consider all of them to be entertaining.
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The Chinese Parrot by Earl Derr Biggers (Paperback - 1 Sep 2005)
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