The Crane Pavilion (Sugawara Akitada, #12)

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Another fine addition to the series In this one, Akitada is mostly recovering from tragedy and therefore much investigation of two murders is done by his retainers This makes for lots of character development in supporting cast members, particularly Saburo and some of
After reading Death of a Doll Maker where on the last page Sugawara Akitada receives news that his wife, Tamako has died, I immediately purchased the next book, The Crane Pavilion, to see what happened The next book opens several months later with Akitada still deep in grief These two books need to be read back to back.I.J Parker is skilled at telling stories where Akitada not only solves mysteries but also has
I m going to admit an addiction to the historical mystery genre and especially to IJ Parker s Akitada Sugawara series The Crane Pavillion was the 12th in the series, and ones the best Akitada is mourning the loss of his wife and son while also investigating the death of an apparent suicide of Lady Ogato The auth
This series is getting thriller genre than mystery But I ll read everyone she puts out.