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The Challenge Letter of Okitegami Kyouko Chapter 1 Parts 16-18 (End Chapter 1)

  16   “Using the tub’s volume and the flow from the tap to work out the time it takes to fill is an elementary school arithmetic. Kujirai-san, the action you had to take as the first person on the … Continue reading

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The Challenge Letter of Okitegami Kyouko Chapter 1 Parts 13-15

13   It’s a pleasure to meet you, she said. Meaning—her memories had been reset again. While Kujirai had no way of knowing the forgetful detective’s specific rule or regulations behind her forgetting, the eyes of someone looking at someone … Continue reading

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The Challenge Letter of Okitegami Kyouko Chapter 1 Parts 10-12

  10   “Officer Hijiori, as you have pointed out, at present, we have a tendency to overthink things. We arbitrarily make the case convoluted, arbitrarily wandering into the labyrinth. So how about we go and press reset?” She leisurely … Continue reading

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The Challenge Letter of Okitegami Kyouko Chapter 1 Parts 7-9

  7   Allowing a civilian like Kyouko-san into the crime scene required a separate series of permissions, so it was afternoon by the time they arrived. Mustering up some courage, Hijiori did try inviting her out for lunch but, … Continue reading

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The Challenge Letter of Okitegami Kyouko Chapter 1 Parts 4-6

4 As the first person on the scene, Kujirai was questioned by a scary-faced police inspector called Hijiori—so scary, in fact, that for a moment Kujirai hesitated to undo the chain on the door. Unable to believe such a manga-esque … Continue reading

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The Challenge Letter of Okitegami Kyouko Chapter 1 Part 1-3

1 Kujirai did not have any particular intentions of pulling off the perfect crime. Never an avid reader of detective novels- in the first place- he didn’t have an accurate understanding of what the term perfect crime even meant. At … Continue reading

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