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Kotaro Isaka

Kotaro Isaka was born in 1971 and graduated from Tohoku University, School of Law. He debuted as a writer with Audubon's Prayer, which won a literary award for new mystery writers, and has twice been nominated for the Naoki prize, Japan's most prestigious prize for popular fiction. He has written 17 novels and short story collections, 7 of which (including Golden Slumbers) have been turned into major films