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Robert van Gulik (1910–1967)

In addition to writing 17 novels and a collection of short stories based on the career of the real-life 7th Century Chinese magistrate/detective Dee Jen-djieh, Robert van Gulik was a scholar and diplomat. He had many publications in scholarly journals, and held a number of positions in the Netherlands Foreign Service, serving in various countries ... See full bio »

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 1974 Judge Dee and the Monastery Murders (TV Movie) (novel "The Haunted Monastery")
  Judge Dee (TV Series) (novels - 5 episodes, 1969) (novel The Lacquer Screen - 1 episode, 1969)
- The Curse of the Lacquer Screen (1969) ... (novel The Lacquer Screen)
- The Day of the Scavengers (1969) ... (novels)
- A Festival of Death (1969) ... (novels)
- The Haunted Pavilion (1969) ... (novels)
- A Place of Great Evil (1969) ... (novels)

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Novel: "The Chinese Gold Murders". See more »

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Earned a Ph.D. in Oriental Languages from the University of Utrecht in 1935.

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