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Miyuki Miyabi’s New Supernatural Mystery The Gate of Sorrows Available Now!

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VIZ Media’s Haikasoru imprint has released the new novel by acclaimed author Miyuki Miyabi (Apparitions: Ghosts of Old Edo), The Gate of Sorrows.

The supernatural mystery is built around a series of murders in Tokyo’s Shinjuku ward.

Retired police detective Shigenori is, however, more obssessed with a gargoyle that seems to move – while college freshman Kotaro launches a web-based investigation of the killer.

The Gate of Sorrows is in bookstores now – and   is also available digitally for the Amazon Kindle, Apple’s iBooks Store, Barnes & Noble’s Nook Book Store, the Kobo eBooks Store, and the Google Play store. Follow the jump for more.

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Apparitions: Ghosts of Old Edo – Quietly (and Not So Quietly) Unnerving Tales from an Asian Master!

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Apparitions: Ghosts of Old Edo is a collection of nine stories that range from vaguely disquieting to definitely unnerving to outright chilling. Author Miyuki Miyabe is among the first Asian horror writers whose writing is influenced by Western horror (Lovecraft is an influence) and it really shows. Her stories might be about Japanese people, settings and creatures, but they build feelings of disquiet and dread in ways that also invoke something more western.

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