By Akimitsu Takagi
Kinue Nomura survived international battle II in basic terms to be murdered in Tokyo, her severed limbs came upon in a room locked from the interior. long past is the a part of her that bore some of the most attractive full-body tattoos ever rendered. Kenzo Matsushita, a tender health practitioner who used to be first to find the crime scene, feels forced to help his detective brother, who's in command of the case. yet Kenzo has a mystery: he used to be Kinue’s lover, and shortly his involvement within the research turns into as twisted and complicated because the writhing snakes that after decorated Kinue’s torso.
The Tattoo homicide Case used to be initially released in 1948; this can be the 1st English translation.
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In addition, Takagi doubted that Pgata’s research would lead to an improvement of beriberi treatment. This argument was indeed powerful. 81 As Takagi did not have the training needed to directly question Pgata’s laboratory evidence, he chose to contest Pgata’s results on the grounds of usefulness instead. Finally, Ishiguro addressed the audience and lavishly praised Pgata’s discovery. According to Ishiguro, Pgata had used such precise research methods as had been unknown to “oriental people” (tpypjin) and most of the Western physicians practicing in East Asia.
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The Tattoo Murder Case by Akimitsu Takagi