A review by novelvoyages
The Decagon House Murders, by Yukito Ayatsuji


This was a mostly satisfying "group of people get murdered one by one in an isolated location" mystery with a twist that I honestly did not see coming. The construction of the puzzle is intricate and done very well; however, I felt that the killer's ultimate motive was a little melodramatic which detracted from the story, and the resolution could've been stronger.