Robert van Gulik
1910-1967
 

Robert Hans van Gulik was born in Zutphen, Netherlands. He was a Dutch diplomat and authority on Chinese history and culture. In the 1950s, he created 'Judge Dee', a character based on a real T'ang dynasty magistrate.

 

Titles and year of publication:
 
 1) The Chinese Maze Murders  1952
 2) The Chinese Gold Murders  1959
 3) The Chinese Bell Murders  1960
 4) The Chinese Lake Murders  1960
 5) The Red Pavilion  1961
 6) The Chinese Nail Murders  1961
 7) The Haunted Monastery  1961
 8) The Lacquer Screen  1962
 9) The Emperor's Pearl  1963
10) Necklace and Calabash  1964
11) The Monkey and the Tiger (short stories)  1965
12) The Willow Pattern  1965
13) The Phantom of the Temple  1966
14) Murder in Canton  1966
15) Judge Dee at Work (short stories)  1967
16) Poets and Murder (Also published as: The Fox-Magic Murders)  1968

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