Chinese Breeze is a large and innovative Chinese graded reader series that will offer over 60 titles of enjoyable stories at eight language levels. It is designed for college and secondary school Chinese language learners from beginning to advanced levels (including AP Chinese students), offering them a new opportunity to read for pleasure and simultaneously developing real fluency, building confidence, and increasing motivation for Chinese learning. Each title comes with an audio CD containing recordings of the text. In simplified characters, with pinyin and English in vocabulary lists. There are also short exercises and answer keys at the end of each book. CONTENT OF THIS BOOK: June 8. Beijing. A pretty girl lies dead on the floor of her luxury home. A slip of paper found on her body reads, ""I am tired. Let me leave..."" At the bottom of the slip is a signature: Lin Shuang-shuang. Shuang-shuang has a twin-sister called Dui-dui. The two girls look so similar that others can hardly tell who's who. Is the one who died really Shuang-shuang? Then where is Dui-dui? If the one who died is Dui-dui as someone claimed, then why is the signature on the slip Lin Shuang-shuang?