Idolmaker #2019

Idolmaker By Jonelle Patrick Idolmaker A Japanese pop star is swept away in the tsunami following a devastating earthquake and her fans erupt in a frenzy of mourning In the wake of the disaster Detective Kenji Nakamura is sent to investi
  • Title: Idolmaker
  • Author: Jonelle Patrick
  • ISBN: 9780997570922
  • Page: 471
  • Format: Paperback
  • Idolmaker By Jonelle Patrick A Japanese pop star is swept away in the tsunami following a devastating earthquake, and her fans erupt in a frenzy of mourning In the wake of the disaster, Detective Kenji Nakamura is sent to investigate a death at a local shrine, but amid the rubble he finds evidence that suggests the impossible How could the head priest have been murdered by the dead idol It doesn tA Japanese pop star is swept away in the tsunami following a devastating earthquake, and her fans erupt in a frenzy of mourning In the wake of the disaster, Detective Kenji Nakamura is sent to investigate a death at a local shrine, but amid the rubble he finds evidence that suggests the impossible How could the head priest have been murdered by the dead idol It doesn t help that the star s body is still missing, and Kenji s childhood friend Yumi Hata refuses to believe that her favorite artist is dead She launches her own investigation to convince Kenji he s on the wrong track But by the time their race for the truth lands them backstage at a sold out memorial concert for the dead guitarist, the one thing they ve both learned is just how quickly the hunters can become the hunted.
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    About "Jonelle Patrick"

    1. Jonelle Patrick

      Jonelle Patrick is the author of three Only In Tokyo mysteries She s a graduate of Stanford University and the Sendagaya Japanese Institute in Tokyo She s also a member of Mystery Writers of America, International Thriller Writers, and Sisters In Crime Jonelle lives in Tokyo and San Francisco.Author website jonellepatrick Only In Japan Blog jonellepatrick The Tokyo Guide I Wish I d Had website jonellepatrickFacebook author page search JonellePatrickAuthor Twitter jonellepatrick

    659 thoughts on “Idolmaker”

    1. After previously reading book number 2 in the Only in Tokyo series, Fallen Angel, I was thrilled when Jonelle contacted me asking if I would like to read Idolmaker, and I was even thrilled when I started reading and found that Detective Nakamura and Yumi Hata were both back, as I love these characters Fallen Angel was such a brilliant mystery with incredible twists and turns to the plot, I desperately hoped Idolmaker would be the same, and I was not left disappointed With an intricately weaved [...]


    2. I got a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.Even though it is the third book in a series and I haven t read the previous ones yet, I have enjoyed this book very much Since every book deals with a different mystery, they can be read like stand alone novels I have always felt some sort of fascination for the Japanese culture and this book is a good example of how to reflect perfectly a different culture to the one the author belongs to And the author does that in an amazing way [...]


    3. I received this book via NetGalley to give an honest review.When starting the book I was getting kind of confused with the characters as the names were a bit different for me and they seemed to run together at times But after getting about a 1 4 of the way into the book I was able to distinguished the characters and the story started getting good This book is part of a series but you can read them as a stand alone which is really good You start off with a murder and then you start on the path wi [...]


    4. Disclaimer I was given this complimentary copy of Idolmaker by the author, Jonelle Patrick for an honest review.I can t believe I am finished with yet another of the Tokyo Mysteries I so love this series Though I have tagged this as romance, it isn t led by that squishy, gooey stuff rather, these are people and caring is a part of their being These books do start with a murder and a wonder as to who did it and why But the most important feature of the books is the character driven adventure of t [...]


    5. Disclaimer I received in e copy in exchange for an honest review.She s done it again This series has yet to disappoint me it s only gotten better over time The characters jump off the page, and her sense of imagery knows no bounds, as I always picture myself actually IN Japan I hope for another book in this series soon, as I d love to know about Yumi and Kenji and how their story continues.5 stars


    6. Do I detect a jibe at Simon Cowell here Great fun and some fascinating insights about Japan, arranged marriages, celebrity culture and temple politics It got a little bit messy towards the end perhaps veering towards slapstick than truly menacing , especially when I compare it with the previous one in the series, Fallen Angel much sinister.


    7. I still enjoyed the characters but this story didn t interest me as much add the first two in the series I hope that she continues to write .


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