Reviews of Women, Crime & the Courts and Policing Hong Kong - an Irish History

Cha: an Asian Literary Journal issue 46 of this journal contains an interesting and positive review entitled 'Not Hardened Criminals - a review of Women, Crime and the Courts' by Susan Blumberg-Kason. Its even nice enough for me to forgive them mis-spelling my name! 
 
Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, Hong Kong Branch vol. 57 2017
                 former Assistant Commissioner, Royal Hong Kong Police David Hodson's review                              of Policing Hong Kong can be accessed by the title link above, which gives access to                          preview, requires sign up to JStor to view whole article
Books Ireland - the world of Irish Books Nov/Dec 2017, Issue No. 376
unfortunately Aubrey Malone's critically favourable review isn't available online ... but starts out ... "I never thought I'd see the words 'Police', 'Hong Kong' and 'Irish in the same sentence.  How much more surprising, then, that Patricia O'Sullivan has chosen to devote a whole book to this fascinating trilogy of themes" and concludes "It is like opening a box of riches that you never knew existed, and at times it comes close to the quality of a triller."
AWAre Magazine of the American Women's Association of Hong Kong March 2018
                 Frances Nicholl's review available in the pdf download of the magazine, at page 9
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