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J. P. Beaumont investigates the death of a Japanese-American businessman, which appears to be a Samurai suicide.
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(P)1983 Books in Motion
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5 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 06-08-12

Great "Read"

I am addicted to the JP Beaumont series. I am taking them in order, and enjoying everyone. I love the continuity that each book follows on from past stories.
Gene Engene does a great job. His narration gives word pictures of each character. If I was an artist, I could draw each one based on his characterizations.
Thanks for allowing me miles of enjoyment on my otherwise stressful and boring drives to work.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Bette on 10-03-14

Took time to 'get into' story

All of the J.P. Beaumont stories are enjoyable, but this one didn't grab me from the start, like the others did. I didn't want to miss it in the series, so 'hung in there'. I'm glad I did.

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