The reviews are in, and they have amazing things to say about MALICE! Check out Malice here: smarturl.it/Higashino_Malice
"Higashino again proves his mastery of the diabolical puzzle mystery...more turns, twists, switchbacks and sudden stops than a Tokyo highway." —New York Times Book Review
"Higashino combines Dostoyevskian psychological realism with classic detective-story puzzles." —Wall Street Journal
The Korean movie version of The Devotion of Suspect X is in limited release in the U.S. under the title PERFECT NUMBER. Currently playing in Los Angeles! What do you think of the trailer?
SALVATION OF A SAINT is now available! Great news for those looking for their next read.
"Readers who prefer guns-drawn action won’t respond, but those who thrill to the cerebral pleasures of deduction will drink it right down . . . keeping a wary eye on their own cups of coffee."
— Keir Graff, Booklist Review, Oct. 2012
"This is an intriguing novel that holds you in suspense until the end. It is well written and easy to read. An almost perfect murder was committed until Detective Kusanagi, his Assistant, Utsumi, and Physics Professor, Yukawa (former Detective Galileo) combine their talents and theories to solve the mystery. The title of the novel is a bit mysterious itself. Highly recommended."
Thanks to Neil for the great recommendation!
St. Martin’s Press is in talks to bring out an English language translation of one of the novels in the Kyochiro Kaga mystery series! Which one do you think will be published first? Have a favorite?
Audiobook fans: Chapter 4 of the SALVATION OF A SAINT audiobook is now up on CriminalElement.com! (If you missed chapters 1-3, they are still available.)
SALVATION OF A SAINT is already on 150+ Goodreads to-read lists, with really positive reviews like Lauren’s coming in: “I very much enjoy Higashino's mysteries: they are quiet and smart and chilling and present an interesting portrait of a very different culture - an engrossing read!”
Kanazawa, Osaka, Nagoya, Kobe, Kyoto, Akita, Nagasaki, Tokyo... a ton of really great cities mentioned as favorites by fans! Did you know Chiba gets a mention in The Devotion of Suspect X?
Love listening to books? You can now listen to audiobook chapters 1 - 3 of Salvation of a Saint on Criminal Element! Let us know what you think!
Shinichi Mochizuki, a real life Ishigami (the mathematician part at least!) solves an important problem in number theory known as the abc conjecture, taking four years and filling 500 pages..have you seen anything in real life that reminds you of a Higashino novel?