When Kiriko Yanagida first came to Otsuka's law offices, she had only a familial conviction of her brother's innocence despite his confessing to the murder. To the high-profile (and high priced) lawyer Otsuka, this small-town girl's belief was nothing more than naive hope, so he sent her away, advising her to find a local lawyer or something. Now, Kiriko plots to avenge her brother—entirely pro bono.
|Publisher:||Libros del Asteroide|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.70(d)|
About the Author
Seicho Matsumoto was a Japanese writer who revolutionized the tradition of Japanese crime fiction by incorporating psychology and social context into the genre. He was awarded the Akutagawa Prize in 1952 and the Kikuchi Kan Prize in 1970, as well as the Mystery Writers of Japan Award in 1957. His most acclaimed detective novels, including Points and Lines, Inspector Imanishi Investigates, and Pro Bono, have been translated into various languages.