Yusuke Kishi received popularity as a Japanese author who became a member of the Mystery Writers of Japan. Kishi also joined the Honkaku Mystery Writers Club of Japan. He received his education at Kyoto University and graduated in Economics. Kishi worked at an insurance company for many years and changed to a full-time writing career. He won the Japan Horror Novel Award and reached significant popularity in Japan. Some of his known books include The Crimson Labyrinth (1999), From the New World (2008) and Dark Zone (2011). Some of his books transformed into films, for example, the publication of the New World into an Anime in 2012 and Lesson of the Evil (2012). He received a range of awards, for example, the Japan SF Prize (2008), Mystery Writers of Japan Award (2005) and the Best Japanese Crime Fiction of the Year acknowledgement in 2011.
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