9780312652555

The Cloud Pavilion A Novel

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  • ISBN13:

    9780312652555

  • ISBN10:

    0312652550

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2010-12-07
  • Publisher: Minotaur Books
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Summary

Japan, 1701. A terrified woman is brutally attacked amid a swirling storm of clouds. Meanwhile, at Edo Castle, samurai detective turned chamberlain, Sano Ichiro, is suspicious of his old rival, Yanagisawa, who has been oddly cooperative since returning from exile. But just as Yanagisawa's true motives begin to emerge, Sano's estranged uncle comes to him for help: His daughter has disappeared, and he begs Sano and his wife, Reikowho once suffered through the kidnapping of their own sonto find her before it is too late.

Author Biography

Laura Joh Rowland is the author of thirteen previous Sano Ichiro thrillers, including The Fire Kimono that was named one of the Wall Street Journal’s Five Best Historical Mystery Novels.

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“One of the best mysteries of the year.”—Publishers Weekly

“Rowland has a painter’s eye for the minutiae of court life, as well as a politician’s ear for intrigue.”—The New York Times Book Review

“Entertaining. . . . . Rowland creates a well-crafted portrait of an exotic place and time.” —The Times-Picayune on The Cloud Pavilion

“An exercise in pure entertainment . . . [The Fire Kimono] takes us to an exotic time and place and overwhelms us with intrigue, romance, adventure, and frequent bloodshed.” —The Washington Post

“Demonstrating an impressive level of sustained excellence, Rowland’s mysteries set in seventeenth-century Japan form one of the best recent series in the genre.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review) on The Snow Empress

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