Strawberry Yellow: A Mas Arai Mystery

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Product Details

Price
$15.00  $13.80
Publisher
Prospect Park Books
Publish Date
Pages
237
Dimensions
5.2 X 0.7 X 8.2 inches | 0.55 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781938849022

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About the Author

Naomi Hirahara: Naomi Hirahara is the Edgar-winning author of the Mas Arai mystery series, including Gasa Gasa Girl, Summer of the Big Bachi, Snakeskin Shamesin, and Blood Hina. She lives in California.

Reviews

"His obdurance, his skill as a listener, and even his broken English are charming in a quirky, uncomplicated way." — "Booklist"

"Hirahara again wisely makes her unusual lead--and most unlikely sleuth--the focus." — "Publisher's Weekly"

"Mas, less an amateur detective than a cranky, accidental one, is what makes the story work." — "Booklist"

"Mas' fifth case has both depth and an intricate whodunit" -- "Kirkus Reviews"

"His obdurance, his skill as a listener, and even his broken English are charming in a quirky, uncomplicated way." -- "Booklist"

"Hirahara again wisely makes her unusual lead--and most unlikely sleuth--the focus." -- "Publishers Weekly"

"Mas, less an amateur detective than a cranky, accidental one, is what makes the story work." -- "Booklist"
"The complex interrelationships of this multigenerational Japanese American community and the fierce competition for control of the California strawberry industry make this a thoughtful and highly entertaining read." - "Library Journal"

"Mas' fifth case has both depth and an intricate whodunit" -- "Kirkus Reviews"

"His obdurance, his skill as a listener, and even his broken English are charming in a quirky, uncomplicated way." -- "Booklist"

"Hirahara again wisely makes her unusual lead--and most unlikely sleuth--the focus." -- "Publishers Weekly"

"Mas, less an amateur detective than a cranky, accidental one, is what makes the story work." -- "Booklist"
"In author Hirahara's deft hands (she's an Edgar winner), the human characters, especially Mas, always make for a compelling read." - "Mystery Scene Magazine"

"Mas is the kind of character who not only entertains, but also expands the literary landscape." -"Stanford Alumni Magazine"

"The complex interrelationships of this multigenerational Japanese American community and the fierce competition for control of the California strawberry industry make this a thoughtful and highly entertaining read." - "Library Journal" (STARRED REVIEW)

"Mas' fifth case has both depth and an intricate whodunit" -- "Kirkus Reviews"

"His obdurance, his skill as a listener, and even his broken English are charming in a quirky, uncomplicated way." -- "Booklist"

"Hirahara again wisely makes her unusual lead--and most unlikely sleuth--the focus." -- "Publishers Weekly"

"Mas, less an amateur detective than a cranky, accidental one, is what makes the story work." -- "Booklist"