The Tokyo Zodiac Murders by Soji Shimada Part Two

We discuss Acts 2 to 3 of Soji Shimada’s The Tokyo Zodiac Murders. After exploring the decades-old case thoroughly, Kiyoshi and Kazumi take a train to Kyoto and try a more boots-on-the-ground approach to solving this famous armchair detective’s case. After going their separate ways to cover more ground, Kazumi finds a lead that suggests the late Heikichi Umezawa may be more prompt than he seems. We also have Craig Sisterton back to talk about his #100Days100Books project, and some of his recommendations for upcoming crime fiction.

Check out Part One and Part Three here!

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