1954, San Pedro Island. A Japanese American is charged with the murder of a fellow fisherman. More than a thriller, this book is an afterthought of what happenned to the Japanese American community during WWII. Not an eady reading though.
Read this all in a rush: it has great atmosphere and feel-good scenes of country life, with a kind of twist at the end.
I don't understand the rave reviews it got. I couldn't get into any of the characters and didn't care for the way the plot was laid with the story being retold and retold again and again each time either totally different or with added information....Continua