Review: The Decagon House Murders by Yukito Ayatsuji — Thoughts on Papyrus

The Decagon House Murders [1987/2015] – ★★1/2 This book, translated from Japanese by Ho-Ling Wong, “was seen as a milestone in detective fiction and the start of the shin honkaku (new orthodox) movement” [1987/2015: 228]. That movement was a revival of the traditional “logical reasoning” detective fiction in Japan that was prevalent in the Golden […]

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