The Flower Arranger by J.J. Ellis

My Thoughts:

What I Loved: The setting of this book was in Japan and covered a variety of locations. The writing really took me to each of these places and made me appreciate each one’s beauty.

How I Felt: I loved this book. It was fast-paced with a lot of action to keep my attention all the way through. The beginning of the book was a bit of a struggle as there are a lot of Japanese words thrown in right at the start and, not knowing what they meant, I struggled. I finally just realized that I didn’t need to know what they meant, context would help me, or I could look them up. And after that, it wasn’t an issue for me anymore. I thoroughly enjoyed this book from beginning to end. I was interested in the characters and their part in the plot, and I was invested in the story.

To Read or Not To Read: If you enjoy action-packed crime fiction and thrillers, this is a good book for you! It’s a murder-mystery focused on a serial killer that must be stopped.

What’s This Book About Anyway?

Holly Blain is a reporter in Japan covering the celebrity stories, while she really wants to be covering crime. A connection with the police department falls into her lap and she convinces her boss to let her cover the story. She very quickly realizes she has stumbled into quite the story. Two non-Japanese girls are missing, one has just turned up in a city dump, dead with flowers attached to her clothing. Holly and Detective Tanaka are able to find ways to get so close to the serial killer, and yet just miss him. This story takes us through their chase of the killer. As more girls go missing, will they be able to stop the killer before he makes his next masterpiece?

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Footnotes:

This book was provided to me by the publisher, Agora Books, in exchange for my honest review.

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