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Sayonara Slam (A Mas Arai Mystery) Paperback – April 26, 2016
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Mas Arai is a wholly original sleuthreluctant, curmudgeonly, and irresistible. In Sayonara Slam, he delves into baseball, World War II, and the complex history between Japan and Korea, all while grappling with that most enduring mystery, love. Hirahara has created a story that’s both meaningful and great fun; you’ll be cheering until the very last play.”
Nina Revoyr, author of Lost Canyon, Southland, and Wingshooters
"Few amateur detectives are as warm-hearted and welcome as the elderly Mas.”
J. Kingston Pierce, The Rap Sheet
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I grew up surrounded by people who were very much like the characters in the book. I enjoy reading about the changes and developments in their lives and relationships. I thoroughly enjoyed this read.
The years have flown by, in the book, and we see Mas a few years later. He's in a steady relationship, has housemates, and his work life is winding down.
Mas prepares for the next stage of his life, but of course that includes another murder that needs to be solved.
An entertaining mystery that includes baseball, Japanese American history, changing attitudes, and Mas' famous sleuthing skills.
the mystery has something to do with baseball & of course the complicated past of Japanese both in Japan & in the camps during WWII.
Mas is as stubborn & insightful as always.