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Jun 26, 2014 06:59AM ● Published by Brenna McGowan
Master Ninja Hiro is awakened one night by a man begging for help and proclaiming his innocence – even though his dagger has been found near a murder victim. An investigation reveals a plot to assassinate the Shogun and overthrow the ruling clan, and Hiro and Jesuit priest Father Mateo must produce the killer…among many suspects.
A thrilling and unforgettable mystery set in sixteenth-century Japan, Blade of the Samurai is Book Two in Susan Spann’s Shinobi Mysteries series.
Book One, Claws of the Cat, was a smashing, well-written debut that offered a fascinating glimpse into a little-known era in Japanese history wrapped in a most intriguing whodunit. “One can only hope this Northern California author brings Hiro back in another adventure,” said the San Jose Mercury News – and now she has!
Susan Spann is an attorney and former law professor with a deep interest in Asian culture. She is a student of Mandarin and Japanese, Asian cooking, knife and shuriken throwing, traditional archery, and martial arts. Susan lives in northern California with her family.
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