LATEST BOOKS (in English):
Disappearing Shanghai (September 2012): A photography / poetry collection - with the poems written from the perspective and persona of Inspector Chen. Click here to order from amazon.com
Don't Cry, Tai Lake (May 2012): A new Inspector Chen investigation. Click here to order from amazon.com
Years of Red Dust (September 2010): Click here to order from amazon.com
100 Classic Chinese Poems: “Officially” chosen as a book for the 2010 World Expo in Shanghai.
The Mao Case (March 2009): A new Inspector Chen mystery. Click here to order from amazon.com
Red Mandarin Dress (November 2007) : A new Inspector Chen mystery. Click here to order from amazon.com
Qiu has translated into English some of Inspector Chen's favorite classical poems in the bilingual book Evoking T'ang: Poems from the T'ang Dynasty (June 2007). Click here to order from Amazon.com
LATEST BOOKS (in French):
Cyber China (June 2012)
Les Courants Fourbes du lac Tai, the 7th installment in the Chief Inspector Chen Series, will be released in French first in May 2010.
Citie de la Poussiere Rouge, short stories. Serialized in LeMonde, starting July 2008.
La Danseuse de Mao, Inspector Chen mystery; it will be available in English in March 2009. The English title is The Mao Case. Qiu says, "The book is for all those who suffered under Mao."
LATEST BOOKS (in Chinese):
T.S.Eliot's Poems (July 2012), translated with other translators.
Qiu's first novel, Death of a Red Heroine is #1 in a list of top 10 Asian crime novels, according to , The Guardian (UK) . Click to see the article
Qiu's novel Death of a Red Heroine is one of the five best political novels of all time, according to , which ranked it with Arthur Koestler's The Wall Street Journal Darkness at Noon and other classics. Click to see the article