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I found the characters to be deeply written and well developed.
The author puts the murder trial in the beginning of the story and ends it at the end of the story, because he wants the reader to read the whole book.
Although I don't think this could be classified as a mystery, it reads kind of like one.
Very good book. My wife and I saw the movie on TV, then bought and read the book. Lovely book, well written. I felt so sorry for the main character and his lost love.Published 12 days ago by Gammill
Wonderful story. The author develops all of the characters completely - my only problem with the book is that sometimes the characters were focused on too much. Read morePublished 15 days ago by P. Munoz
Great book and the movie is also very good. There are some very good reviews on goodreads if you enjoy historical fiction stories.Published 18 days ago by Gail lewis
Carl Heine, a salmon fisherman, dies a suspicious death off the small Pacific island of San Piedro. Japanese American Kabuo Miyamoto stands accused of murdering him. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Pollyanna Darling - Author & Intuitive
Liked this a lot. Nice love story and a good mystery yarn at the same time. Sets the mood and scene well. Like the movie, so I dug up the book, and liked that too.Published 1 month ago by David Hill
Calling this book an ordeal would be putting it nicely. A long-winded, repetitive novella about snow and cedars (I read that word 7 times on one page! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer