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Interesting Journey (you know what “interesting” means in China…)

Our journey this week takes us on assignment to the Ancient China That Should Have Been, But Was Not, as described in author Barry HugHart’s trilogy. Indeed, it is also the land of the actual Judge Dee and his written case mysteries, one of the world’s first detectives as well as a judge.

Fortuitously, we have with us on the HubNugget Team one of his descendants, the Honorable Judge Bee. See her to the right as she feeds her geese while contemplating The Case of the 18 Purloined HubNugget Wannabes. They were nicked by someone with access to the vault…

A Judge Bee Mystery.

Do you like NBC’s Harry’s Law? —  Help us choose 6 winners in this Mystery set in Ancient China, filled with literary references and puns.


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