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Since Laura Joh Rowland had finished her Sano detective series I found myself missing it. I decided to try this Japanese detective and was quite pleased. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Sue Redmond
Akitada's adventures are always rewarding. Rashomon Gate brings Japan's social history to life.Published 5 months ago by marlene siskind
Very good story with many insights about Japanese customs at the time. Entertaining read with main characters you feel like you know well.Published 6 months ago by Swamp Wizard
Although this is set in the 11th century in Japan, it is really a cozy mystery read. It is just a fun read. Read more
I.J Parker's Akitada series is a treasure both as historical fiction and as a mystery. She brings medieval Japan to life. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Postscripter
As a murder mystery it covers about all the bases. There are plenty of murders, plenty of suspects, plenty of red herrings and plenty of false endings. Read morePublished 13 months ago by A. Woman
I just finished the entire series of Laura Jo Rowland books about Sano Ichiro, which I loved. I'm not even half way through this book and I don't think I will finish it. Read morePublished 13 months ago by P. J. Blanton
All I can say is that I read this book because I like mysteries and it happened to be one of those free days for the book. Read morePublished 14 months ago by L. Wilson