by Keigo Higashino
Editor: Vertical Inc.
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Winner of the Japan Mystery Writers Award, Naoko is a black comedy of hidden head and in lifeNavigating in the interstices between the real and the unreal with a perfect twists and turns, this page is also a critique of social sex relations by a man of the Japanese writer, one of their best-sellngA gentleman everyone, Heisuke works hard in a factory to provide work for his wife, Naoko, and the girl, MonamiHe enjoys starting small things, like breakfast with two of them after a night shiftHis peaceful life is shaken when, looking up from his microwave dinner oven one evening, he realizes the news on TV, that he was not paying attention to a catastrophic bus crash and the names of his loved onesWhen Monami finally wakes up from a coma, she seems to think she is Naoko, who died protecting her daughter.Even more worrying, the girl knows things only Naoko could knowThe family life that resumes between the modest man and a companion who looks like his drunk daughter seems that his dead wife is ticklish-funny until he begins to rush down to an endless soulIn addition to winning Japan’s best mystery prize, Naoko inspired a highly successful movieRead this work, which corresponds to the latest, Bunuel, to find out why Higashino is considered the most ambitious and versatile mystery of labor in Japan
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