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Naomi Hirahara is the Edgar(r) Award-winning author of Murder on Bamboo Lane, as well as the Mas Arai Mysteries. Born and raised in Pasadena, Naomi received her bachelor s degree in international relations from Stanford University and studied at the Inter-University Center for Advanced Japanese Language Studies in Tokyo. She worked as a reporter and editor of The Rafu Shimpo in downtown Los Angeles. She is also the author of 1001 Cranes and has written, edited, and published several nonfiction books, largely about the Japanese American experience. She lives with her husband in Southern California."
Ellie is a detective of a different sort. Young and resolutely urban. Los Angeles Times Praise for Murder on Bamboo Lane One of the warmest, most realistic characters to hit crime fiction in a long time. Lee Goldberg, New York Times bestselling author Awell-constructed whodunit. The Japan Times Scoop this one up! Library Journal Highly entertaining Readers will want to see more of Ellie, who provides a fresh perspective on LA s rich ethnic mix. Publishers Weekly" "Ellie is a detective of a different sort. Young and resolutely urban."--"Los Angeles Times" Praise for "Murder on Bamboo Lane" "One of the warmest, most realistic characters to hit crime fiction in a long time."--Lee Goldberg, " New York Times" bestselling author "A well-constructed whodunit."--"The Japan Times" "Scoop this one up!" --"Library Journal" "Highly entertaining...Readers will want to see more of Ellie, who provides a fresh perspective on LA's rich ethnic mix."--"Publishers Weekly"