Remote Control

Remote Control

Book - 2010
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Aoyagi, a former delivery-truck driver in the city of Sendai is unemployed-- and now he's the main suspect in the assassination of a newly elected prime minister. As Aoyagi runs, he must negotiate trigger-happy law enforcement while trying to discover why he was set up and who is responsible.
Publisher: Tokyo ; New York : Kodansha International, 2010
Description: 343 p. ; 24 cm
ISBN: 9784770031082
Branch Call Number: Isak


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Jan 17, 2013

Kotaro Isaka rocks ! ! ! ! The great Japanese mystery writer truly delivers on multiple levels with this novel: may awaken dormant minds to reality, not manufactured illusions of prevailing pop culture and "Obey Authority" syndrome, while making some subtley profound statements concerning the outcomes from good deeds performed by average citizens (FYI: see the incarcerations of Gov. Don Siegelman, Bradley Manning, Shakir Hamoodi, John Kiriakou, et al., for the American take on similar events). Highly recommend this book (and if you have any energy left over, please make an attempt to read that Dulles-McCloy shamfest called the Warren Commission Report).

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