Claws Of The Cat by Susan Spann

Set in 16th-century Japan, this historical mystery follows a master ninja, Hiro, and a Portuguese Jesuit priest, Father Mateo, as they work together to solve the murder of a samurai. When a geisha is accused of the crime, the duo has only three days to find the true killer before she is forced to commit seppuku, a ritual suicide. Their investigation takes them through the dangerous back alleys of Kyoto, delving into the secretive worlds of the samurai, the geisha, and the ninja themselves, revealing a web of intrigue and betrayal that threatens to tear the very fabric of society apart.

The 8631st greatest book of all time


Published
2013
Nationality
American
Type
Fiction
Pages
288
Words
Unknown
Original Language
English

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