Josie Clark is an expat Londoner living in Tokyo, where she’s inclined to stumble across a surprising number of bodies. In The Cherry Blossom Murder she goes backstage at Japan’s spectacular Takarazuka Revue to expose a murderer and save a priceless treasure and in The Haiku Murder she finds that poetry can be more dangerous than you’d think when a charismatic haiku-writing financier falls to his death from the top of Matsuyama castle.
‘Lush imagery captures Japan’s bustling cities and restful countryside… believably crafted characters, a fast pace, and clean prose.‘ Publishers Weekly
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