The Inugami Clan

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Stone Bridge Fiction, 2007 - Fiction - 309 pages

In 1940s Japan, the wealthy head of the Inugami Clan dies, setting off a chain of bizarre, gruesome murders. Detective Kindaichi must unravel the clan’s terrible secrets of forbidden liaisons, monstrous cruelty, and disguised identities to find the murderer.

Seishi Yokomizo is Japan’s most popular mystery writer. His novels have been made into numerous movies and television dramas in Japan.

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User Review  - PhoenixTerran - LibraryThing

The Inugami Clan is one of Seishi Yokomizo's most well-known works and is currently the only novel by the popular and prolific author of mystery and detective fiction to have been translated into ... Read full review

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A fascinating read about the heirs of a rich and yet sadistic man and a plot of several murders revolving around the fortune itself and the deceased man's dark past. I was pleased to finally read this, and even happier to not be disappointed. Read full review

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Yokomizo is Japan's most popular mystery writer. His books have sold more than 55 million copies, and his novels have been made into countless movies and TV dramas in Japan.

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