Chinese author Mai Jia, who spent 17 years in the Chinese People's Liberation Army intelligence agency, takes the reader deep into the world of Unit 701, a top-secret Chinese spy unit devoted to counterespionage and code breaking in his novel "Decoded."
The sequel to bestselling author Mai Jia's tale of cryptography is set for release in August.
The Chinese cover of Mai Jia's "Decoded", first published in 2005. It was translated into English last year after finding widespread success in China.
A tale of a Chinese labor camp escapee determined to avenge the death of his father by feeding secrets to the MI6, written by a former BBC correspondent.