The Tokyo Zodiac Murders by Soji Shimada Part Three

We discuss Acts 4 to 5 of Soji Shimada’s The Tokyo Zodiac Murders. At the end of last arc, Soji Shimada stepped in and warned us that the solution was long-since possible, but there were still two arts to go. Having gone their separate ways to find Azoth, Kiyoshi and Kazumi reunite at Kyoto’s Philosopher’s Walk to discuss their ideas. A screaming realisation would make it seem Kiyoshi has solved the case, but how could that be possible? We also speak with Associate Professor Rebecca Suter about her upcoming talk in the Japan Foundation’s ‘Read Japan’ series, focusing on 1980s and 1990s Japanese Literature. Where does Shimada lie in that field?
Check out Part One and Part Two here!

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