Heywood and Guagua apparently shared an affinity for sexy sports cars too.
Married to a well-connected Chinese woman from Dalian, Heywood wore nice suits, had impeccable manners, and spoke Mandarin.
Melinda Liu reports on Heywood's links to sacked official Bo Xilai.
Unverifiable reports also stated that Heywood had “locked up” Bo Guagua, the 24-year-old son, at a “residence in England.”
Did Heywood act as a fixer—or, as some Chinese Netizens put it, a “nanny”—for the Bo clan?
The present appearance of Heywood would not, perhaps, be any way delightful to the eye of anybody who had no local interest in it.
"You mistake my meaning, Mr. Heywood," young Senesin said sharply.
The simplest plot sufficed Heywood, and the minimum of characters.
"Exactly," said Heywood, just as though the colonel had agreed with him.
Heywood had left his cards, risen, and crossing the room, stood looking over Rudolph's shoulder into the snowy moonlight.