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Nicolás Obregón

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  • THE GRIPPING STORY OF LIES AND MURDER HAUNTING THE DARKEST CORNERS OF TOKYO . . .

    'Japan-set noir doesn't get any darker or more twisted than this' Sunday Times Crime Club
    'Masterpiece' JEFFERY DEAVER
    'A stunning achievement' CRIME TIME, BOOK OF THE MONTH
    ________

    He is a completely unremarkable man.
    Who wears the same black suit every day.
    Boards the same train to work each morning.
    And arrives home to his wife and son each night.

    But he has a secret.
    He likes to kill people.
    ________

    Exiled detective Kosuke Iwata is asked back to the neon-drenched streets of Tokyo.

    An English exchange student has been murdered, the Olympics are just days away and those high up want this case closed fast.

    But Kosuke Iwata is not a man to be hurried. What he doesn't realise is that out there is a killer so apparently unremarkable he's impossible to find . . .
    ________

    Praise for Nicolás Obregón:

    'Masterpiece' Jeffery Deaver

    'I'm awestruck' A. J. Finn

    'A dark, brutal ride' Anthony Horowitz

British born of a Spanish father and a French mother, Nicolás Obregón grew up between London and Madrid. As a travel writer, Nicolás has had an extensive experience of Japan, but the beginning of his fascination with the country came from watching Japanese cartoons as a young boy. Nicolás Obregón is a graduate of the acclaimed Birkbeck Creative Writing Masters course and a former bookseller for Waterstones. His first novel was Blue Light Yokohama. He lives in Los Angeles.

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