The Death Ceremony


      The Death Ceremony
A JAPANESE TEA CEREMONY IS SERIOUS BUSINESS an art form that is at the heart of Japanese culture and performed with delicate reverence So when Superintendent Otami and his wife receive an unexpected invitation to attend a tea ceremony at one of the most prominent schools in Japan, it is an honor they look forward to with excitement.The proceedings, presided over by the Seventeenth Hereditary Grand Master of the Southern School, begin with the expected proper decorum But there is a radical departure from tradition when the Grand Master keels over with a bullet in his head.As Otani and his assistants soon discover, the late Grand Master had quite a few enemies and not a few dark secrets hidden away, secrets that reach the highest echelons of modern Japan itself. Free Read The Death Ceremony by James Melville For Kindle ePUB or eBook – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

Roy Peter Martin is an English author who has written under the pseudonyms James Melville and Hampton Charles.James Melville was born in London in 1931 and educated in North London He read philosophy at Birkbeck College before being conscripted into the RAF, then took up school teaching and adult education Most of his subsequent career has been spent overseas in cultural diplomacy and educational development, and it was in this capacity that he came to know, love, and write about Japan and the Japanese His Superintendent Otani crime novels combines superb story telling with a fascinating insight into modern Japanese life He has also written an historical novel set in Japan, The Imperial Way.

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 208 pages
  • The Death Ceremony
  • James Melville
  • English
  • 17 March 2018
  • 0449211312

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