Strawberry Yellow: A Mas Arai Mystery

Naomi Hirahara (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$15.00  $13.80
Publisher
Prospect Park Books
Publish Date
February 23, 2013
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." β€” "Booklist"

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

"Mas, less an amateur detective than a cranky, accidental one, is what makes the story work." β€” "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"