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Mami Suzuki: Private Eye

Release date: 31 January 2024
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I'd travel with Mami Suzuki anywhere in Japan." ―Naomi Hirahara, author, Clark and DivisionSingle... Read More

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I'd travel with Mami Suzuki anywhere in Japan." ―Naomi Hirahara, author, Clark and Division

Single mother and straight-talking private eye Mami Suzuki takes cases the Kobe police have little time for and proves that quick wits and compassion solve mysteries faster.

Beneath the sheen of its orderly streets and obedient populace, all is not well in the port city of Kobe. Business is as brisk as the Haru-ichiban spring breeze for Mami Suzuki, a hotel clerk by day, a private investigator by night.

Who's stealing from Japan's biggest pearl trader? Where's the master sushi chef and why are his knives missing? How did the tea ceremony teacher's brother really die? And what does an island of cats have to do with a pregnant Shinto shrine maiden?

From Kobe wharves to the rugged Japan Sea coast, the subtropics of Okinawa, and a remote island community in the Seto Inland Sea, each new adventure ends with a universal truth-that there are two sides to every story of misfortune.

 

Product Details

Title: Mami Suzuki: Private Eye
Author: Simon Rowe
Publisher: Penguin Books
SKU: BK0486561
EAN: 9789815058895
Number Of Pages: 224
Language: English
Binding: Paperback
Release date: 31 January 2024

About Author

Simon Rowe left the green hills of New Zealand for the big sky country of Australia when he was sixteen years old. At twenty-one, he set out for the world and somehow managed to fund his travels by photographing and writing about them. He has lived in Japan for more than twenty-five years, winning numerous awards for his short fiction and screenplays, including Good Night Papa (2013 Asian Short Screenplay Contest) and Pearl City: Stories from Japan and Elsewhere (2021 Best Indie Book Award). His stories about Japanese life and culture have appeared in The Paris Review, the New York Times, TIME (Asia), the South China Morning Post, The Straits Times, The Australian, and the Australian Financial Review.

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