By Laura Joh Rowland
The sequel to the acclaimed novel Shinju back beneficial properties detective Sano Ichiro as he trails a serial killer stalking feudal Japan. In 1689, an omnipotent shogun controls the country, surrounded by way of sour machinations and political intrigues. whilst an historical culture unexpectedly and brutally reappears, Sano hazards every little thing to convey the killer to justice.
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