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Japantown by Barry Lancet

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Also by Barry Lancet:

The Spy Across the Table, June 2017
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Tokyo Kill, September 2014
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Japantown
Barry Lancet

Jim Brodie #1
Simon & Schuster
September 2013
On Sale: September 3, 2013
Featuring: Jim Brodie
416 pages
ISBN: 1451691696
EAN: 9781451691696
Kindle: B00A281AT0
Hardcover / e-Book
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Thriller Crime | Thriller P.I.

Five Bodies. One Clue. Not a Trace of the Killer.

San Francisco antiques dealer Jim Brodie recently inherited a stake in his father's Tokyo-based private investigation firm, which means the single father of six-year-old Jenny is living a busy intercontinental life, traveling to Japan to acquire art and artifacts for his store and con­sulting on Brodie Security's caseload at home and abroad.

One night, an entire family is gunned down in San Francisco's bustling Japantown neighbor­hood, and Brodie is called on by the SFPD to decipher the lone clue left at the crime scene: a unique Japanese character printed on a slip of paper drenched in blood.

Brodie can't read the clue. But he may have seen it before — at the scene of his wife's death in a house fire four years ago.

With his deep array of Asian connections and fluency in Japanese, Brodie sets out to solve a seemingly perfect crime and at the same time learn whether his wife's tragic death was more than just an accident. And as he unravels a web of intrigue stretching back centuries and connected to the murders in San Francisco, the Japantown killer retaliates with a new target: Brodie's daughter.

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