Tokyo Girl by Brian Harvey
A Frank Ryan Mystery (Rapid Reads)

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Even if the hero’s Tokyo fling ends on a decidedly downbeat note, this little prose poem is as pellucid and finely wrought as a haiku.
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Piano tuner and jazz musician Frank Ryan is in Japan teaching bored housewives how to play piano. Then he gets a gig in a trendy underground bar and ends up ensnared with a young woman with a grudge and the crime boss who owns the bar. Drawn into Tokyo Girl’s vendetta, Frank stumbles into an underworld where transgressions are paid for by the flash of a razor-sharp cleaver. And for a pianist, that’s not a good thing.
   Tokyo Girl is the follow-up to Beethoven’s Tenth, featuring reluctant sleuth Frank Ryan.
 

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Published August 23, 2016 by Raven Books. 144 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime. Fiction
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on May 24 2016

Even if the hero’s Tokyo fling ends on a decidedly downbeat note, this little prose poem is as pellucid and finely wrought as a haiku.

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