By Laura Joh Rowland
In September of 1693, the Black Lotus Temple, non secular heart for 1000s of Buddhist nuns, clergymen, clergymen, and orphans, is burned to the floor leaving 3 useless and one orphan operating for protection. Veteran samurai-detective Sano Ichiro, the main Honorable Investigator of occasions, occasions and other people, is termed directly to examine the incident. He speedy discovers that regardless of appearances, the sufferers didn't die within the hearth: they have been brutally murdered ahead of the hearth even started.
With a triple murder on his palms, Sano's look for a killer leads him to Haru, the orphan woman stumbled on on the scene of the crime. yet Sano's spouse Reiko, investigating the case opposed to Sano's needs, is confident of Haru's innocence. Reiko's research leads her at the back of the partitions of the Black Lotus Temple. it truly is inside of those partitions that she discovers a sect focused on extortion, prostitution, and hedonistic rituals. may perhaps one of many sect's individuals be the killer? Will Reiko hazard her marriage to Sano so one can turn out Haru's innocence?
Set within the luscious finery of the samurai court docket of medieval Japan, this most up-to-date installment within the best-selling sequence by way of Laura Joh Rowland, is full of surprising surprises and suspense as readers are once more allowed entry into the realm of Sano Ichiro.
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