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Josie Clark in Japan mysteries #0

The Tokyo Karaoke Murder

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A trip to Tokyo for a job interview goes badly wrong for expat Londoner Josie Clark when she's accused of murder on a night out at the karaoke. With just an hour to prove her innocence she has to think fast to expose the true killer. Can she do it?

This novelette is a perfect read if you have an hour to kill and fancy matching your detective skills against Josie's. A prequel to the Josie Clark in Japan mystery series.

Praise for the Josie Clark in Japan mystery series:
"Lush imagery captures Japan’s bustling cities and restful countryside, while an expanding sense of history and gender roles provide rich backdrop to the action… believably crafted characters, a fast pace, and clean prose." – Publishers Weekly

55 pages, Kindle Edition

First published October 13, 2014

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Fran Pickering

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Fran Pickering is a London-based murder mystery writer who's travelled extensively in Japan. Her experiences there provide the inspiration for the Josie Clark in Japan mystery series.

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February 4, 2015
its a story about a bunch of guys going into a karaoke center and one of them going dead.
The story is simple.

Josie going to Tokyo for an interview and getting into a restaurant after the interview.
She meets a bunch of friends celebrating and she joins them. they move to a karaoke center and one of the friends falls dead.

the discussion , accusation which follow are a roller coaster.

The intellect and common sense of Josie helps solve the mystery and find the killer.
The background story of killer is good .

the narration is nice and language is simple. The story flows very nicely and each chapter moves to the conclusion .

I give this book 3/5
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