Where The Sunrise Is Red

Chan Ling Yap | Marshall Cavendish International (Asia) | 2017

$21.00

10 in stock

The year is 1950. Malaya is in the grip of Emergency Rule sparked off by the brutal murder of three British planters by Communist insurgents. In Somerset, Ruth Lampard, young and newly married, finds herself abandoned by her husband Mark, who has been posted to Malaya to manage a rubber plantation. On arrival in Malaya, she discovers his affair with May, his beautiful and young Chinese housekeeper.

After Mark is taken away to the jungle by insurgents, May marries Hugh Anderson, his best friend. When she meets Ruth, she realises that she has caused Ruth great unhappiness because of her past relationship with Mark. Following Mark’s death, she takes Ruth under her care. Both women eventually find happiness and peace through their bonding and return to England to live out their days.

Engaging, atmospheric and sensuous, Where the Sunrise is Red is Chan Ling Yap at her best to date.

ISBN: 9789814794008

Cover Type: Softcover

Page Count: 320

Year Published: 2017

Language: English

Show More
-
+

Delivered in 10 days

You get free shipping!

FAQ

Product Description

The year is 1950. Malaya is in the grip of Emergency Rule sparked off by the brutal murder of three British planters by Communist insurgents. In Somerset, Ruth Lampard, young and newly married, finds herself abandoned by her husband Mark, who has been posted to Malaya to manage a rubber plantation. On arrival in Malaya, she discovers his affair with May, his beautiful and young Chinese housekeeper.

After Mark is taken away to the jungle by insurgents, May marries Hugh Anderson, his best friend. When she meets Ruth, she realises that she has caused Ruth great unhappiness because of her past relationship with Mark. Following Mark’s death, she takes Ruth under her care. Both women eventually find happiness and peace through their bonding and return to England to live out their days.

Engaging, atmospheric and sensuous, Where the Sunrise is Red is Chan Ling Yap at her best to date.

ISBN: 9789814794008

Cover Type: Softcover

Page Count: 320

Year Published: 2017

Language: English

Chan Ling Yap

Marshall Cavendish International (Asia)

Marshall Cavendish is an international publisher that publishes books, directories, magazines and digital platforms. Our philosophy of enriching life through knowledge transcends boundaries of geography and culture. In line with this vision, our products reach across the globe in 13 languages, and our publishing network spans Asia and the USA.

Our brands have garnered international awards for educational excellence, and they include Marshall Cavendish Reference, Marshall Cavendish Benchmark, Marshall Cavendish Children, Marshall Cavendish Education and Marshall Cavendish Editions. Several have also achieved household name status in the international market.

We ceaselessly explore new avenues to convey our products to the world, with our extensive variety of genres, languages and formats. In addition, our strategy of business expansion has ensured that the reach and benefits of Marshall Cavendish’s products extend across the globe, especially into previously uncharted markets in China and Eastern Europe.

Our aspiration to further the desire for lifelong learning and self-development continues to guide our efforts as we stride into the new century.

Shipping

1. How do I order your products?

Ordering via our website is fast and convenient—simply point, click and purchase. You will be prompted to create an account with LocalBooks.sg, but you can also make a purchase as a guest.

2. I have a special request for my order. How do I get in touch with you?

You can submit your requests via the enquiry form on our contact page. We usually are able to respond via email within 2 working days.

3. What currency are the listed prices based on?

All listed prices are in SGD (Singapore Dollars).

4. Are there taxes on your goods?

All local purchases are subject to a 7% Singapore Goods and Services Tax (GST). The tax amount is applied to the listed prices during checkout. This provides you with a clear breakdown of what you are paying for, and also helps with our accounting purposes.

If your shipping address is outside of Singapore, then GST will not be applied to your order in accordance to Singapore tax laws.

5. What are the payment methods available?

We accept debit, credit or PayPal payment for local and international orders. If you would like to make payment via any alternative payment modes, please write to hello@localbooks.sg.

6. How will my order be shipped?

We ship via SingPost.

7. How long will it take for my order to reach me?

For local shipment, you will receive your package within 5-10 working days from the date of your order.
For International shipment, you will receive your package within 10–14 working days, subject to custom clearances.

8. How much do you charge for shipping and handling?

Shipping within Singapore is FREE  for all orders delivered via SingPost. If you'd like your books earlier, courier delivery is available at a top up of $5, for a delivery within 5 working days. For international shipments, shipping fees is a flat rate of $20.

9. I have received a faulty item, how do I go about exchanging it?

We take great care to pack your books carefully. However, in the event that your order is damaged (major dents) or faulty (missing pages, mis-prints), we will look into making a one-to-one exchange. Simply email us at hello@localbooks.sg the picture of the damaged book, and we will dispatch a new book for you, and collect back the previous copy.