Book Intro and summary

Cale Dixon and the Moguk Murders

To the reader;
I like to read all sorts of books, not sticking to one genre in particular, classics to comics. Cale Dixon and the Moguk Murders is a ruby in the rough. It’s an entertaining piece of fiction; an international mystery murder with good use of historical fiction depicting a repressed and paranoid Myanmar and a culturally traditional Korea on the brink of change. It turns out that Moguk is a region in Myanmar where historically and quite literally the finest rubies in the world have been mined for generations, cut, polished and worn by kings and queens around the globe. This book is contemporary and takes place in three primary locations, the third being the United States. It’s a book of awareness and I believe worth a review.
There is romance, murder, deception, anxiety, compassion, red ruby luster, revenge and mystery. What more could you ask for? There are twists all the way to the end and a few strands left for the reader to untangle or mentally digest. The language is palatable; not many swear words and no graphic sex scenes. Appropriate for college level and travelers of all ages.

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