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Headless

Tristram Lowe

Publisher: Mortimer & Ambrose

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A serial killer in Japan is chopping off heads. An unlikely pair of journalists try not to lose theirs. 
 
Being a photographer at a Tokyo newspaper is no walk in the park—unless you’re Akio Tsukino and only get assigned to shoot parades and park festivals. All that changes when a serial killer starts chopping off heads in nearby Kofu. Akio maneuvers his way onto the assignment in order to prove himself and get closer to enigmatic staff writer Masami Sato.  
 
When the investigation takes a supernatural turn, the unlikely partners find themselves caught between solving the mystery and saving their own lives.  
 
In this thrilling and imaginative debut by Tristram Lowe, getting the story may cost them their heads.

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