Keigo Higashino / Malice / Kyoichiro Kaga [It’s a Crime: New Indian Express]

September 07, 2016

Keigo Higashino

Keigo Higashino

Regular readers of this page would know that I am a fan of Keigo Higashino. His is the first name I would recommend of any currently active detective fiction writer.  Higashino is a bestselling Japanese writer, whose expertise is in labyrinthine and absolutely exquisite plots. The Devotion of Suspect X is perhaps Higashino’s most famous novel to the English-speaking world in which he introduces the pompous genius, Detective Galileo i.e. Professor Manabu Yukawa, a curmudgeonly brilliant professor of physics. Today, let me tell you about another of my favourite Higashino books, Akui, translated by Alexander O Smith to Malice. It features the other famous detective created by Higashino, Inspector Kyoichiro Kaga.

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Shom Biswas is a writer from India. @Spinstripe
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