“Kimono Suicide” Mystery Novel

Was it murder or suicide?

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–KIMONO SUICIDE–
Finding the dead stranger in her traditional Japanese garden, Dr. June Kato knows nothing can be done to save her. Clad in a traditional kimono, a dagger hanging from the young woman’s belly, there has been an obvious act of ritual seppuku.
June shoos flies off the woman’s face and feels for a pulse anyway. With nothing else to do, she dials those three little numbers nobody ever wants to call: the LA Police Department. Even though she firmly believes the woman committed suicide, the police have other ideas, that a brutal murder has been committed in June’s garden. When the prominent neurosurgeon becomes the lead suspect, it would be the beginning of a nightmare that would leave her comfortable life in broken pieces.

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Author: Melanie Kato Adventure Novels

Born and raised in Honolulu, Kay Hadashi has had a long career in health care and writing suspense novels. After searching for the right combination of strong-willed characters, one-of-a-kind scenes, and unpredictable events, she has crafted an exciting catalog of books. The popular June Kato Suspense Series, followed by the Island Breeze Series are engaging and fun to read, perfect for trips to the beach or long flights to vacations. While friends and family come and go in these exciting stories, June Kato is square in the middle of each plot, taking on every challenge life throws at her. One of her biggest tests of will is raising her daughter, in the newest Island Breeze Series book, "Away". If you like international intrigue set in the tropical locations of Hawaii, the Honolulu Thriller Series is the series for you!

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