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Katsuhiko Takahashi

Katsuhiko Takahashi (高橋 克彦, Takahashi Katsuhiko, born 6 August 1947) is a Japanese writer of mystery, horror, science fiction and historical fiction. He is a member of the Mystery Writers of Japan.

Works in English translation

Crime Novel
  • The Case of the Sharaku Murders (original title: Sharaku Satsujin Jiken), trans. Ian Macdonald (Thames River Press, 2013)
Short horror story
  • Reunion (original title: Daisuki na Ane), trans. Andrew Cunningham (Kaiki: Uncanny Tales from Japan, Volume 2: Country Delights, Kurodahan Press, 2010)

Awards

  • 1983 – Edogawa Rampo Prize: The Case of the Sharaku Murders
  • 1986 – Yoshikawa Eiji Prize for New Writers: Sōmon-Dani (The Somon Valley)
  • 1987 – Mystery Writers of Japan Award for Best Novel: Hokusai Satsujin Jiken (The Case of the Hokusai Murders)
  • 1992 – Naoki Prize: Akai Kioku (The Scarlet Memories)
  • 2000 – Yoshikawa Eiji Prize for Literature: Kaen (Flaming Rancor)
  • 2011 – Japan Mystery Literature Award for Lifetime Achievement

Main works

Ukiyo-e murder trilogy

  • Sharaku Satsujin Jiken (写楽殺人事件), 1983 (The Case of the Sharaku Murders, Thames River Press, 2013)
  • Hokusai Satsujin Jiken (北斎殺人事件), 1986 (The Case of the Hokusai Murders)
  • Hiroshige Satsujin Jiken (広重殺人事件), 1989 (The Case of the Hiroshige Murders)

Detective Sotaro Toma series

  • Novels
    • Utamaro Satsugan Jiken (歌麿殺贋事件), 1988
    • Pandora Kēsu Yomigaeru Satsujin (パンドラ・ケース よみがえる殺人), 1988
    • Nanchō Meiro (南朝迷路), 1989
    • Miira no Satsujin (即身仏の殺人), 1990
    • Gohho Satsujin Jiken (ゴッホ殺人事件), 2002 (The Case of the Gogh Murders)
  • Short story collection
    • Hokusai no Tsumi (北斎の罪), 1990

Standalone mystery novels

  • Rondon Ansatsu Tō (倫敦暗殺塔), 1985 (Murder at the Tower of London)
  • Gūjinkan no Satsujin (偶人館の殺人), 1990

Memories series (horror novels)

  • Akai Kioku (緋い記憶), 1991
  • Zense no Kioku (前世の記憶), 1996
  • Aoi Kioku (蒼い記憶), 2000

See also

  • Japanese detective fiction

References

External links

  • Profile at J'Lit Books from Japan (in English)
  • Synopsis of The Case of the Sharaku Murders at JLPP (Japanese Literature Publishing Project) (in English)


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