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The Inugami Curse by Seishi Yokomizo

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“The Inugami Curse” is a classic Japanese mystery novel written by Seishi Yokomizo. First published in 1951, it is one of Yokomizo’s most famous works and is considered a masterpiece of the genre in Japan.

The story is set in the aftermath of World War II and revolves around the wealthy Inugami family, who are embroiled in a complex and sinister mystery. When the family patriarch, Sahei Inugami, is found dead under mysterious circumstances, suspicion falls on his heirs, each of whom has a potential motive for murder.

As the investigation unfolds, the family’s dark secrets and hidden agendas come to light, revealing a tangled web of betrayal, greed, and revenge. The novel is filled with twists and turns as the detective, Kosuke Kindaichi, navigates the labyrinthine intrigues of the Inugami family and uncovers the truth behind the curse that haunts them.

“The Inugami Curse” is praised for its intricate plot, atmospheric setting, and richly drawn characters. Yokomizo’s skillful storytelling and expert pacing keep readers guessing until the final pages, while also offering insights into post-war Japanese society and culture.

The novel has been adapted into several films and television dramas in Japan, further cementing its status as a beloved classic of Japanese mystery literature. Whether you’re a fan of detective fiction or interested in exploring Japanese literature, “The Inugami Curse” is sure to captivate and intrigue readers with its blend of suspense, drama, and intrigue.

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