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Author: Scott Kikkawa

A product of Hawai'i Kai in East Honolulu, Scott Kikkawa writes noir detective stories set in postwar Hawai'i, featuring 442nd veteran Nisei Detective Sergeant Francis "Sheik" Yoshikawa. His critically acclaimed debut murder mystery, KONA WINDS (Bamboo Ridge Press), was released at the end of 2019 and spent six months on the Small Press Distribution Fiction Bestsellers List. He serves as a columnist and an Associate Editor for The Hawai'i Review of Books. RED DIRT is his second full-length novel and a third is scheduled for release in 2023. Winner of an Elliot Cades Award for Literature, the New York University alumnus is currently a federal law enforcement officer and lives with his family in Honolulu.

Kona Winds
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Kona Winds

Bamboo Ridge Press

Fiction. Asian & Asian American Studies. KONA WINDS is a hard-boiled noir murder mystery set in Honolulu in 1953, when Hawai'i was changing from a racially stratified, near-feudal plantation colony to the multi-ethnic 50th State. This debut novel by...

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Red Dirt
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Red Dirt

Bamboo Ridge Press

Following on the heels of his critically acclaimed d├ębut noir novel, KONA WINDS, Scott Kikkawa resumes his depiction of 1950s Honolulu Police Department Detective Sergeant Francis "Sheik" Yoshikawa, a Japanese American Nisei veteran of World War II....

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