Blue Light Yokohama by Nicholas Obregon. Published by St. Martins

Inspector Iwata has been transferred to the homicide division in Tokyo, but it’s no cause for celebration; his new bosses make no secret of their dislike of him and his new partner, Noriko Sakai would rather work with anyone else. They are assigned a high-profile case, the previous investigator committed suicide. An entire family has been murdered and Iwata and Norkio find the symbol of a black sun at the crime scene. Iwata has seen the symbol before and he knows it means the killers will strike again. An unsettling but fascinating mystery

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