Tag Archives: Keigo Higashino

Salvation of a Saint / Keigo Higashiino / Book [It’s a Crime: New Indian Express]

18 January 2017 Keigo Higashino is one of the best living exponents of the detective novel. He writes in Japanese, and is one of the most successful writers in the language. His novels have also been successful worldwide, in translation. … Continue reading

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

September 07, 2016 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 … Continue reading

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Keigo Higashino / The Devotion of Suspect X [It’s a Crime: New Indian Express]

22 June 2016 Manabu Yukawa is second only to Sherlock Holmes in my list of favorite pompous curmudgeons of all fictional detectives. I would rather have a ‘sake’ with Inspector Kyoichiro Kaga, the other detective to feature in Keigo Higashino’s … Continue reading

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The Best Detective / Crime novels of 2015 [It’s a Crime: New Indian Express]

31 December 2015 The best Detective / Crime novels of 2015:

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