Diamond Raiders: Mount Kumgang Mystery

by Mae Adams

The Korean Mount Kumgang was a sacred place for many centuries. In the 7th century, the Silla Kingdom built a captivating Buddhist Temple, and many folk tales, myths, and legends connected to Mount Kumgang delighted people for many generations. But the story in this book is concerned with raiders of diamonds from the Temple during the Japanese occupation of 35 years, where no Korean police existed, and the Japanese police controlled all the crimes in the country. However, it is the natural law that anyone raiding things from a sacred place has to pay the price. How to identify the raiders and what price the raiders had to pay is anyone’s guess. Koreans are gentle and seldom engage in murder, although they can be hot-headed to butt their heads first and shake hands later. Thus, identifying guilty people was extremely difficult.

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Category: Mystery – Historical