Books by Stacey Lee and Complete Book Reviews

Stacey Lee. Putnam, $16.99 (384p) ISBN 978-0-399-16803-1
Lee debuts with a vivid, nontraditional Western, set in 1849 on the Oregon Trail during the heart of the California Gold Rush. Filled with the expected difficulties and dangers of traveling the rugged, often hostile terrain, the novel features an...
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Stacey Lee. Putnam, $17.99 (400p) ISBN 978-0-399-17541-1
Lee (Under a Painted Sky) creates another strong Chinese-American protagonist, 15-year-old Mercy Wong, in a novel set in 1906 San Francisco, where extreme discrimination against the city’s Chinese population flourishes. Mercy’s father runs a laundry,
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Stacey Lee. HarperCollins/Tegen, $17.99 (384p) ISBN 978-0-06-242832-5
Mimosa has inherited an ultra-sensitive nose. Besides being able to smell people’s moods, she and her mother are skilled at mixing scents to create personalized aphrodisiacs for lovelorn clients. Growing weary of her cloistered life as one of the...
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Stacey Lee. Putnam, $17.99 (384p) ISBN 978-1-5247-4095-5
In 1890 Atlanta, Chinese-American Jo Kuan, 17, and her guardian, Old Gin, live secretly in abolitionists’ quarters underneath the family home of Mr. Bell, publisher of failing newspaper the Focus. When Jo loses her job as a milliner’s assistant, she
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Stacey Lee. Putnam, $18.99 (384p) ISBN 978-1-5247-4098-6
After two years apart from her twin brother, Jamie, British Chinese Valora Luck, 17, is boarding the Titanic, intent on finding Jamie, a coal worker heading to Cuba alongside seven other Chinese men. When the Chinese Exclusion Act results in Val...
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Stacey Lee. Disney/Riordan, $17.99 (368p) ISBN 978-1-36807-480-3
In contemporary San Francisco, 12-year-old Winston Chu seeks to remember his translator father, who died in a friendly fire incident while serving in Iraq. On the night before that event’s third anniversary, Winston makes a shoofly pie in cooking...
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Stacey Lee. Putnam, $19.99 (400p) ISBN 978-0-59353-204-1
Three girls navigate a murder investigation with personal stakes in this slow-burn mystery by Lee (Winston Chu vs. the Whimsies). In 1932 Chinatown Los Angeles, sisters May, Gemma, and Peony Chow sell flowers as part of their family business. When...
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