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Alas before I cracked open the cover I already knew what to expect and got pretty much just that.
Well written (as usual) and well plotted The Cloud Pavillion is filled with well developed characters and knowledge of Japan.
If someone wrote a book set in England in 1700 and had so many facts wrong, no publisher would touch it!
Another work by Rowland who writes to well about Japan. Would have preferred a normal size print but this is all I could fine of this work. So it is certainly okay.Published 1 month ago by stephen brown
Another excellent novel by the author of the Sano Ichiro Series (The Fire Kimona, Red Chrysanthemum, Blundori, Shinjo, etal). Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mick Copeland
Another enjoyable Ichiro Sano book! Kept me interested and involved with the characters. I like the Edo setting to these books!Published 2 months ago by Fran Wada
The author has written several mysteries starring Detective Sano Ichiro and all of them, bar none, are well written, taut and suspenseful. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Joseph P. McDonald
Excellent scenario for whole series. Most historical references are fairly accurate. Detective Sano and wife are vivid and realistic characters.Published 5 months ago by guardrailV
I always, always enjoy the Sano Ichiro mysteries. It is fast reading and always very intriguing. I always look forward to the next book!Published 9 months ago by Stephanie M. Chung
Her books are a great diversion. Long ago and far away. Our detective and wife are insightful fearless crime fighters, highly recommended ...Published 10 months ago by Sarah Hill
once again, laura joh roland takes us on a journey to 17th century feudal japan. we can see it, smell it-we are there. Read morePublished 19 months ago by dragongirl
Laura Joh Rowland is the best of the best when it comes to feudal Japan murder mysteries. Her series starting Sano, a detective coming up through the ranks leaves you breathless as... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Mary E. Sagman