Masquerade and the Nameless Women Novel
About Masquerade and the Nameless Women Novel
Masquerade and the Nameless Women was written by Eiji Mikage.
Since the death of her sister, police force newbie Yuri Uguisu has been chasing the notoriously untraceable serial killer Masquerade. When a new corpse turns up in Odaiba, Yuri immediately goes on alert—only to recognize the victim as an old classmate, the alluring and mysterious Reina Myoko.
When the police force calls in long-time consultant psychologist Seiren Higano for assistance in untangling the testimonies of Reina’s father, fiancé, and lover, Yuri meets the riveting, charismatic psychologist for the first time. Little does she know that Higano is none other than Masquerade himself. Faced with Reina’s case, Higano promises to get the answers, but no one is prepared for the conclusion reached in the interrogation room…
In this cat-and-mouse tale of hunter and hunted, Eiji Mikage has woven a subtle and twisting tale of clashing motives and murky identities, where nothing anyone says can be taken at face value.
Ratings & Reviews
Mystery novel with lots of twists
by Mandy -
I loved the book. I liked knowing about the serial killer and how he reacts with the cops. It reminded me a bit of Dexter.
The mystery was of the unidentifiable victim found. A young cop works with an amateur detective/psychiatrist to figure out her identity.
It was a great read and it took me only hours to read because I was sucked into the story immediately.
I need another book with these characters.