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Kiss of Fire (English and Japanese Edition) ePub download

by Masako Togawa

  • Author: Masako Togawa
  • ISBN: 0396092608
  • ISBN13: 978-0396092605
  • ePub: 1744 kb | FB2: 1159 kb
  • Language: English Japanese
  • Category: Thrillers & Suspense
  • Publisher: Dodd Mead; 1st edition (March 1, 1988)
  • Pages: 245
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 421
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Kiss of Fire (English and Japanese Edition) ePub download

Japanese novels, particularly crime novels, have a weird ambience that doesn’t appeal to everyone. I tried to read Slow Fuse by Masako Togawa, and found it too uncomfortable. But this book was creepy to a degree I could bear.

Japanese novels, particularly crime novels, have a weird ambience that doesn’t appeal to everyone. And it’s got great twists and ironies - as well as a fascinating cast of characters.

This novel is part detective A Japanese mystery novel, of sorts, by a female author. Early on, one of the main characters, the detective, says he believes in chance but not fate. So what are the odds of the following set up? Many years ago three five-year old boys were playing with matches and a fire started that killed the father of one of the boys. Wer Gefallen an Masako Togawa Das ist mein drittes Buch der Autorin gewesen. Im direkten Vergleich, reiht es sich an dritter Stelle ein. Was nicht heißt, dass das Buch schlecht ist.

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By (author) Masako Togawa. Publication City/Country London, United Kingdom. ISBN13 9780749301361.

Masako Togawa (戸川昌子 Togawa Masako) (23 March 1931 – 26 April 2016) was a Japanese Chanson singer/songwriter, actress, feminist, novelist, LGBTQQIAP community icon, former night club owner.

Masako Togawa (戸川昌子 Togawa Masako) (23 March 1931 – 26 April 2016) was a Japanese Chanson singer/songwriter, actress, feminist, novelist, LGBTQQIAP community icon, former night club owner, metropolitan city planning panelist, music educator, born in Tokyo, 1933. Masako Togawa grew up in "restricted circumstances" following the death of her father. She worked as a typist for five years after leaving high school, then, aged 23, she made her singing debut, at the well-known nightclub 'Gin-Pari'.

A Kiss of Fire Mass Market Paperback – November 13, 1989. Japanese fireman Ikuo prowls the streets off-duty to catch a successful arsonist. He reproves a drunken woman for leaving cardboard boxes next to her house, and she drives him off with loud insults. by. Masako Togawa (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Later that night, she dies in a fire. Dead with her is her circus lion, and in the animal's stomach is found Ikuo's . Police detective Ryosaku probes the case, unaware that he and Ikuo were involved, as 5-year-olds, in a fatal fire 26 years before.

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Delivers psychological intensity and complications of plot in a gripping and bizarre story of arson, murder, and revenge