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Publisher Description

Running from a life she didn’t choose, in a city she doesn’t know, Sukanya, a young Thai girl, loses herself in the vastness of Tokyo. With her Bangkok street smarts, and some stolen money, she stays ahead of her former captors who will do anything to recover the computer she took. After befriending Chiho, a Japanese girl living in an internet café, Sukanya makes plans to rid herself of her pursuers, and her past, forever.

Meanwhile, Detective Hiroshi Shimizu leaves the safe confines of his office to investigate a porn studio where a brutal triple murder took place. The studio’s accounts point him in multiple directions at once. Together with ex-sumo wrestler Sakaguchi and old-school Takamatsu, Hiroshi tracks the killers through Tokyo’s music clubs and teen hangouts, bayside docks and byways, straight into the underbelly of the global economy.

As bodies wash up from Tokyo Bay, Hiroshi tries to find the Thai girl at the center of it all, whose name he doesn’t even know. He uncovers a human trafficking ring and cryptocurrency scammers whose connections extend to the highest levels of Tokyo’s power elite.

TOKYO TRAFFIC is the third in the Tokyo-based Detective Hiroshi series by award-winning author Michael Pronko.

GENRE
Mysteries & Thrillers
RELEASED
2020
June 20
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
338
Pages
PUBLISHER
Michael Pronko
SELLER
Smashwords, Inc.
SIZE
688.9
KB

Customer Reviews

Heather d b ,

Good read

This is book 3 of the Detective Hiroshi Tokyo Series. I thought the story was interesting and written well. The character work is good and I would recommend the series.

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Rate this book ,

very intricate and interesting

I normally read books that took place in japan by japanese authors. This is the first time that i read a book tooked place in japan from a westerner author. The book is very intricate and exciting, the author know s how to build up tension and must have had a lot of knowledge and a lot of research into japanese culture and society. The plot and characters are well developed, very solid, authentic, and the writing is well and concise.

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