Keigo Higashino's Malice is a spiraling masterpiece of mystery. Devised as an inverted detective story, with the apropos early capture, Malice is quickly flipped from a "whodunit" to a "whytheydunit," fueling its suspense with an absence of motive. In turn, Higashino drives this novel via the dueling unreliable narratives of Detective and Prime Suspect. These narrative threads unravel, respectively, in their own chapters, yet collectively twist together to form Malice, simultaneously spinning both sides of the story and sending the reader into a tizzy towards truth.
Malice - Keigo Higashino