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只要能活下去,當然可以不擇手段。
這個世界不就是這樣的嗎?

警員A:一名少女,消失在那黑暗中……彼時,或許我還不知道,真正的黑暗究竟有多深。
警員B:一時之間,我不知該說什麼才好。心中只有不斷來回交錯的問號。
偵探C:靜加,妳果然還活著嗎?
警官D:究竟是哪裡出了錯、哪裡不對勁,我已經無法指摘。勉強要說的話,一切都不對勁、一切都脫軌了。
警員E:事情好像終於連起來了。雖然還無法想像最終會是怎樣,但的確已有某種輪廓模糊浮現。

【闇一重】

任職地方派出所的小警員木崎至今無法忘懷那起槍擊案。

那天,他接獲調派,前往現場,卻在那裡發現同事大村佇立在現場,不管是眼神和模樣都非常怪異。而且,法醫在驗屍之後致電搜查本部,表示造成致命傷的子彈原本一度停在心臟前方,但不知為何,卻又繼續前進,直達心臟,才使得男子喪命。

然而,搜查本部並未重視這個疑點,只是以最快的速度循線逮捕疑犯
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Paperback, 330 pages
Published April 15th 2012 by 双葉文庫 (first published April 12th 2012)
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Mizuki
Nov 16, 2016 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: it-is-okay
I enjoy Tetsuya Honda's Reiko Himekawa series which is centered around a tough-as-nail female cop, and I think this series is one of the few hard boiled series that keeps improving itself as each book goes. However, this stand-alone book, Quiet, Alone (it's my rough translation, and the heroine's name means 'quietness' in Japanese) by the same author really doesn't work so well with me.

The concept of the story and the opening part is outstanding enough, though: a gangster is killed under mysteri
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