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Malice

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malice200Japanese sensation Keigo Higashino is back with his fourth novel in English translation – the first of his series following police detective Kyoichiro Kaga. Here popular author Kunihiko Hidaka is found dead in his home the day before he is due to leave the country. When Hidaka’s old friend Osamu Noguchi – himself a slightly successful children’s author – confesses to the murder, Detective Kaga feels something is missing from the confession, and looks into Hidaka and Osamu’s shared past to see what kind of malice could lead a friend to kill another friend. Read our review here.


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