Detektif Conan Vol. 45
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Detektif Conan Vol. 45 (名探偵コナン aka Case Closed #45)

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Kogoro pergi ke Okinawa untuk melakukan debat dengan atlet baseball pro Toshizo Nose, dan reporter olahraga, Masaharu Motoyama. Namun, di sana ada mayat Nose yang dibunuh, sedangkan si tersangka memiliki alibi sempurna! Dapatkah Conan memecahkan trik yang menggunakan jalan belakang di langit luas?
Paperback, 180 pages
Published 2006 by PT Elex Media Komputindo (first published April 5th 2004)
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Quoc
I am very very very like this book, because I like mystery and this is the first book I have been read in USA.
Holly Letson
We start this volume with the continuation and conclusion of the school ghost mystery. It turns out to be a friend of the deceased that did all the scaring at the school. He felt that his friend needed some closure, and that this was the best way to achieve it. But, after everyone explained to him that his friend had no grudges against anyone when he died, his friend stopped it.
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Next, we move on to a mystery about a fisherman and his friends. The fisherman ends up havi...more
Kate
I'm essentially never going to be unbiased about the Case Closed manga, because any volume that includes the leitmotif of "Anita gradually accepts that she is not the monster she was made to think she was and slowly comes closer to being a normal girl"--which is to say, most every volume since her appearance--is going to be an automatic 'win!' to me. That said, this volume played with that theme even more enjoyably than usual.

For the past several volumes Aoyama's had a frustrating habit of reite...more
Ai
Like I said, interesting book, mystery with a lot of action. I bet none of you guys would read it because it's in Japanese though... :)
Selena
There's a point where you end up going, "Okay, how long until this ends?" It took a while, but I finally hit that point.
Malia
I always love the mysteries, with they wouldn't always cliff hanger over in to another book!
Waiyun
The fishing murder was pretty cool

Oh yeah... I'm on Hideyoshi – the whole football player thing
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Gosho Aoyama (青山 剛昌) is a Japanese manga artist. He is best known as the creator of the manga series Detective Conan (known in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom as Case Closed).

Aoyama made his debut as a manga artist with the work Chotto Matte which was published in the weekly magazine Shōnen Sunday on winter of 1987. Shortly after that, another work by Aoyama, Magic Kaito, was pub...more
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