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No 570 Salvation of A Saint by Keigo Higashino, translated by Alexander O. Smith with Elye J. Alexander

I can’t believe we’re talking about the coffee again. How many times have we gone over this? Coffee gets talked about a lot in Salvation of A Saint, the follow up to phenomenally successful The Devotion of Suspect X. Once again Keigo Higashino’s novel involves Tokyo Detective Kusanago and his friend and sometime colleague Dr…

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