Mori rides again. The down-at-heel ex-radical private eye takes on a sinister software entrepreneur, psychotic gangsters, and wild wild strippers. “One of the best detective novels ever written,” according to Publishers Weekly.
Japan’s challenges in the age of unconstrained globalization.
Japanese language. Three wildly different scenarios for Japan in the year 2020 – Turning the Tables, Digital Renaissance, The Long Sayonara.
Shinjuku-based private eye Mori confronts a crazed religious cult, financial shenanigans, bad men and worse women. “An engrossing and illuminating thriller” according to Kirkus Reviews.
Seedy private eye Mori in the midst of money wars. “Alternately a thriller a whodunit and a soft-porn page-turner,” according to Publishers Weekly. “A fresh and very clever thriller,” according to Kirkus Reviews
Japanese language. A warning of tough times to come and the need to adapt to survive.
Overview of Japan written in the early years of the bubble economy.