Ghosts of Tokyo

Ghosts of Tokyo is is a dark, emotive mystery set in the Tokyo underbelly. Beneath Shinjuku Station, in the world's most frenetic city, an astounding plot unfolds involving a mysterious boy, an unscrupulous scientist and a western musician. You'll be drawn down into the hidden labyrinth to wander those dark tunnels as this emotive story clutches at your heart and challenges your sense of reality. More

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Words: 112,370
Language: English
ISBN: 9780987463319
About Christopher J. Smith

An Australian by birth, Chris is a nomad by nature. His writing career spans over thirty years and has included time as a journalist, editor and corporate communications consultant. He has founded and managed a number of successful strategic marketing companies and advertising agencies and a global trading corporation. He has also managed a parallel career as a singer/songwriter, with a catalogue of over 200 songs to his credit.

While he describes himself as having a chronic aversion to airports, Chris considers himself fortunate to have travelled extensively over the past forty years for both business and pleasure. The northern prefectures of Honshu, Japan, The French Languedoc and the northern Italian lakes district are favourite stamping grounds.

"Travel has provided me with the raw materials upon which I build both my songs and stories. The characters I meet along the way often find their way into my writing and of course the world provides me with diverse locations as backdrops."

He describes himself not as a musician or a novelist, but as a storyteller. In 2009 he made the decision to turn to writing full time. He is married with two adult children.

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