Sujata Massey is an Edgar; Anthony; and Mary Higgins Clark Award nominee, and winner of the Agatha and the Macavity Award for her ten Rei Shimura mystery novels set in Japan. Born in England to an Indian father and a German mother, Sujata Massey grew up mostly in the United States and earned her BA from the Johns Hopkins University's Writing Seminars program. She then worked as a reporter at The Baltimore Sun before marrying and moving to Japan. She now lives in Baltimore with her husband and children.
Read by Sneha Mathan
A sweeping saga set against a background of huge political and cultural upheaval.
Starred review. "girl to a perceptive and astute young woman who is accepted in the proper British society she secretly roots against. The author’s attention to detail and character development combined with narrator Sneha Mathan’s ability to differentiate each distinctive voice will have audiences clinging to every poignant word as they listen to this masterly written saga. Historical fiction fans will love this title, but the surprising plot twists and satisfying conclusion will appeal to a much larger audience." - Library Journal
Released Tue Aug 20 00:00:00 UTC 2013