Womanising, corruption, privilege: an unusual love letter to Hong Kong in Price’s Price by Chris Maden

//Womanising, corruption, privilege: an unusual love letter to Hong Kong in Price’s Price by Chris Maden

Womanising, corruption, privilege: an unusual love letter to Hong Kong in Price’s Price by Chris Maden

Price’s Price by Chris Maden. Published by Mung Cha Cha PressStanley Featherstonehaugh Price is a womaniser and a chancer who accidentally washes up in Hong Kong in the 1960s, and through the ensuing decades experiences the highs and lows the city has to offer. The anti-hero of author Chris Maden’s Price’s Price, Price is, in short, a character who will divide readers.Born into money in what is now Zimbabwe, he joins the army while waiting on his inheritance from his British father, ending up…

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