✓ Is the Best Betrayal at Iga (Shinobi Mystery #5) PDF Author Susan Spann – survivingtheholocaust.us

Betrayal at Iga (Shinobi Mystery #5) Autumn, 1565 After fleeing Kyoto, master ninja Hiro Hattori and Portuguese Jesuit Father Mateo take refuge with Hiro s ninja clan in the mountains of Iga province But when an ambassador from the rival Koga clan is murdered during peace negotiations, Hiro and Father Mateo must find the killer in time to prevent a war between the ninja clans With every suspect a trained assassin, and the evidence incriminating not only Hiro s commander, the infamous ninja Hattori Hanz, but also Hiro s mother and his former lover, the detectives must struggle to find the truth in a village where deceit is a cultivated art As tensions rise, the killer strikes again, and Hiro finds himself forced to choose between his family and his honor. Free Download Betrayal at Iga (Shinobi Mystery #5) by Susan Spann For Kindle ePUB or eBook – survivingtheholocaust.us

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  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • Betrayal at Iga (Shinobi Mystery #5)
  • Susan Spann
  • 09 September 2017
  • 1633882772

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  1. says:

    Although this is the fifth book in the series, it is the first one I ve read and I enjoyed it very much It is set in Japan in 1565 and features master ninja Hiro who is the bodyguard of a Portuguese priest, Father Mateo I plan to go back to the beginning to see how this partnership evolved but in this book they have a very comfortable relationship They come to Hiro s hometown to participate in peace negotiations with his clan and the rival Koga clan It turns out this is a town of trained ni Although this is the fifth book in the series, it is the first one I ve read and I enjoyed it very much It is set in Japan in 1565 and features master ninja Hiro who is the bodyguard of a Portuguese priest, Father Mateo I plan to go back to the beginning to see how this partnership evolved but in this book they have a very comfortable relationship They come...


  2. says:

    Susan Spann s Shinobi mystery series immerses the reader in medieval Japan, culturally and physically Her plots twist and surprise They are always excellent reads, but Betrayal at Iga surpasses even Spann s high standards She throws Hiro and Father Mateo into Hiro s childhood village an unusual place populated by trained assassins Hiro questions the trustworthiness of those nearest and dearest to him in this book, which raises the stakes to utterly glued to the page levels And just when you Susan Spann s Shinobi mystery series immerses the reader in medieval Japan, culturally and physically He...


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    I won an ARC of this in a Goodreads giveaway Fair warning I was delightfully surprised by this I mean, I was expecting it to be reasonably good or I wouldn t have entered the giveaway in the first place But I would have been happy if it were merely good, but it s better than that This is a mystery novel set in historic Japan, back when Oda Nobunaga was a force to be reckoned with Hiro Hattori is a ninja assigned to the protection of Jesuit priest, Father Mateo They arrive in the mountains I won an ARC of this in a Goodreads giveaway Fair warning I was delightfully surprised by this I mean, I was expecting it to be reasonably good or I wouldn t have entered the giveaway in the first place But I would have been happy if it were merely good, but it s better than that This is a mystery novel set in historic Japan, back when Oda Nobunaga was a force to be reckoned with Hiro Hattori is a ninja assigned to the protection of Jesuit priest, Father Mateo They arrive in the mountains of Iga where Hiro s clan is just sitting down to negotiate a treaty with a rival clan One of the visiting clan members is poisoned, and it s up Hiro and Father Mateo to find the murderer before peace negotiations turn to outright war.This is the fifth novel in a series, but it s quite newbie friendly Although I ve not read any previous books in the series, I never felt like I ...


  4. says:

    This was a fun and intriguing read It hooked me early on and I enjoyed every turn the mystery took I also loved the setting and how authentic things felt to the culture Its the fifth book in a series and I haven t read any of the other ones, but it was easy to follow because they all follow a different mystery even though it looks like they all connect somehow I m definitely going back and reading the first books because I feel like that will give me a better sense for the larger story and h This was a fun and intriguing read It hooked me early on and I enjoyed every turn the mystery took I also loved the setting and how authentic things felt to the culture Its the fifth...


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    I have loved all of the adventures of Hiro Hattori and Father Mateo so far but this book kicks it all up a notch onto a whole new level For starters, the stakes are higher The political regime in Japan is shifting and treacherous Hiro and Father Mateo journey to Iga, finding themselves immersed in treachery, intrigue and murder But my favorite thing is that some of the most potentially dangerous players this time around are women including Hiro s mother, his grandmother, and a beautiful I have loved all of the adventures of Hiro Hattori and Father Mateo so far but this book kicks it all up a notch onto a whole new level For starters, the stakes are higher The political regime in Japan is shifting and treacherous Hiro and Father Mateo journey to Iga, finding themselves immersed in treachery, intrigue and murder But my favorite thing is that some of the most pote...


  6. says:

    Originally published at Reading RealityFrom the very beginning of this series, all the way back in the marvelous Claws of the Cat, I have been itching for the story of the first meeting between Hiro Hattori and Father Mateo And while I didn t get it in Betrayal at Iga, the story does get a lot closer to the source of their partnership, that old contract between Mateo s secret presumably benefactor and Hiro s shinobi read as ninja clan.Someone, somewhere, still unknown, was willing to pay a Originally published at Reading RealityFrom the very beginning of this series, all the way back in the marvelous Claws of the Cat, I have been itching for the story of the first meeting between Hiro Hattori and Father Mateo And while I didn t get it in Betrayal at Iga, the story does get a lot closer to the source of their partnership, that old contract between Mateo s secret presumably benefactor and Hiro s shinobi read as ninja clan.Someone, somewhere, still unknown, was willing to pay a lot of money to contract with one of the two greatest shinobi clans to keep the Portuguese missionary alive That contract has saved Mateo s life over and over again, even as it has endangered Hiro s, generally at the same time In Betrayal at Iga, Hiro has been forced to bring Mateo to the seat of his clan s power, in order to keep him alive after the tumultuous events of The Ninja s Daughter If you are getting the hint that this series is best read in order, that is one of the correct things to g...


  7. says:

    at IgaHiro Hattori Novel 5By Susan SpannISBN 9781633882775Author Website to you by OBS Reviewer DanieleSynopsis Autumn, 1565 After fleeing Kyoto, master ninja Hiro Hattori and Portuguese Jesuit Father Mateo take refuge with Hiro s ninja clan in the mountains of Iga province But when an ambassador from the rival ...


  8. says:

    Betrayal at IGA is a fantastic historical mystery that fans old and new are going to love This is the fifth installment in the Shinobi Mystery series, but I don t think you really need to read any of the previous books to enjoy this one I haven t read any of the other ones, but I had no problem keeping up with the characters and the plot I would like to get to know the characters better and to see how their relationship began and grew to where they are at in the series There are several gr Betrayal at IGA is a fantastic historical mystery that fans old and new are going to love This is the fifth installment in the Shinobi Mystery series, but I don t think you really need to read any of the previous books to enjoy this one I haven t read any of the other ones, but I had no problem keeping up with the characters and the plot I would like to get to know the characters better and to see how their relationship began and grew to where they are at in the series There are several great aspects to this novel and not much of any negatives for me The only thing I want to mention is the author s use of the third person, which is not one of my favorite styles It seemed to work well in this story though, and didn t ...


  9. says:

    The main characters are stellar This is my first Hiro Hattori novel, but it is the fifth in the series, and it didn t bother me a bit A shinobi, Hiro is tempered like steel quick witted, too His companion, a Portuguese priest called Father Mateo, is exactly how I remember the priests I grew up with in church thoughtful, often cheery, and warm if not a little headstrong Their interactions are written so beautifully that through them you get to know these men And, like all good detective no The main characters are stellar This is my first Hiro Hattori novel, but it is the fifth in the series, and it didn t bother me a bit A shinobi, Hiro is tempered like steel quick witted, too His companion, a Portuguese priest called Father Mateo, is exactly how I remember the priests I grew up with in church thoughtful, often cheery, and warm if not a little headstrong Their interactions are written so beautifully that through them you get to know these men ...


  10. says:

    First Sentence Hiro Hattori leaned into the wind that swept down the hill and across his face.Master ninja Hiro Hatori and Jesuit Father Mateo have come to the house of Hattori Hanz where a gathering of Koga emissaries have come for peace negotiations When one of the Koga clan dies an unnatural death at dinner, Hiro and Father Mateo are given three days to identify the murderer.One may feel there is one rather significant fault to the formatting of the book There is a very needed and useful First Sentence Hiro Hattori leaned into the wind that swept down the hill and across his face.Master ninja Hiro Hatori and Jesuit Father Mateo have come to the house of Hattori Hanz where a gathering of Koga emissaries have come for peace negotiations When one of the Koga clan dies an unnatural death at dinner, Hiro and Father Mateo are given three days to identify the murderer.One may feel there is one rather significant fault to the formatting of the book There is a very needed and useful Cast of Characters provided However, it is at the very end of the book, rather than the beginning where it would be most apparent and useful.There is no waiting for someone to die Spann kills off the victim very shortly, and dramatically, into the story The three day deadline to solve the crime immediately adds a sense of ticking clock pressure.Dialogue is so important to the enjoyment of a book It ...

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