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陰の季節 [Kage no kisetsu]

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247 pages
Published October 2001 by Bungei Shunjū (first published October 1998)
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Season Of Shadows is the second or third book I've read by Hideo Yokoyama, the main characters of this short stories collection are all cops from the same district. Surprisingly, most of these stories aren't your normal 'cops go out catching bad guys and saving the day' drama. Yes, those cops are still investigating and rooting out bad people/offenders...but they are doing it against the bad people/offenders from within their own rank...

There are inner conflicts among different departments withi
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Hideo Yokoyama (横山 秀夫) worked as an investigative reporter with a regional newspaper north of Tokyo for 12 years before striking out on his own as a fiction writer. He made his literary debut in 1998 when his collection of police stories Kage no kisetsu (Season of Shadows) won the Matsumoto Seicho Prize; the volume was also short-listed for the Naoki Prize. In 2000 his story Doki (Motive) was awar ...more
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