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Case of the Summer-Exclusive Tropical Parfait: Afterword by Koike Keisuke

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[Note about Koike Keisuke: There are quite a lot of people with that name, but I believe this one refers to a mystery critic who publishes his reviews in magazines.] Chapter 5 Part 5 | Contents | PDF/EPUB ◆ Introduction Ah, the long-awaited revival of the Petit Bourgeois series. This book, Case of the Summer-Exclusive Tropical Parfait, is the sequel of Case of the Spring-Exclusive Strawberry...

Case of the Summer-Exclusive Tropical Parfait Chapter 5: Sweet Memory (Full Text)

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Chapter 4 | Contents | Afterword Table of Contents Part 1Part 2Part 3Part 4Part 5 1 The Summer-Exclusive Tropical Parfait of Cecilia, the first place shop in the Osanai Summer Sweets Selection. Two days had passed since the kidnapping. Cecilia was located on the second floor of a building that definitely could not be described as new, and to get to it one had to ascend a cramped staircase from...

Case of the Summer-Exclusive Tropical Parfait Chapter 5: Sweet Memory (Part 5)

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Full Text Chapter 5 Part 4 | Contents | Afterword In the end, only I remained in Cecilia. Osanai-san had left. I probably wouldn’t see her again, at least during this summer. When the second trimester begins, we would return to being just fellow students in the same grade. I could become a petit bourgeois on my own. Osanai-san was not an essential, indispensable existence for that end. On that...

Case of the Summer-Exclusive Tropical Parfait Chapter 5: Sweet Memory (Part 4)

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Full Text Chapter 5 Part 3 | Contents | Chapter 5 Part 5 “Yes, I’m a liar. I’ve lied to you, and I’ve lied to Doujima-kun. I’ve also completely broken the promise to become a petit bourgeois. “But you’re also a liar, Kobato-kun. Have you noticed? While you were indicting me, you seemed to be enjoying yourself the entire time. While you were delving through your thoughts, not letting any small...

Case of the Summer-Exclusive Tropical Parfait Chapter 5: Sweet Memory (Part 3)

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Full Text Chapter 5 Part 2 | Contents | Chapter 5 Part 4 “I’ll explain it to you, Kobato-kun. So…” “Halt!” I unconsciously raised my voice. Some new material was just presented, so it was worth reconsidering. It was a tape recorder, probably with some tape in it. Tape, which is usually used for voice. A recorded voice. In this case, what was the scene which was related to voice? Something related...

Case of the Summer-Exclusive Tropical Parfait Chapter 5: Sweet Memory (Part 2)

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Full Text Chapter 5 Part 1 | Contents | Chapter 5 Part 3 My ability to identify a problem is not very high. If I’m told that there is a lie and asked what the lie is, that would be well within my area of expertise, but I tend to be unexpectedly weak at deducing the existence of a lie if it is hidden. Even so, a strange feeling remained. The feeling that something was not right, that everything...

Case of the Summer-Exclusive Tropical Parfait Chapter 5: Sweet Memory (Part 1)

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Full Text Chapter 4 Part 6 | Contents | Chapter 5 Part 2 The Summer-Exclusive Tropical Parfait of Cecilia, the first place shop in the Osanai Summer Sweets Selection. Two days had passed since the kidnapping. Cecilia was located on the second floor of a building that definitely could not be described as new, and to get to it one had to ascend a cramped staircase from the small entrance. I was...

Case of the Summer-Exclusive Tropical Parfait Chapter 4: Come Here, I’ll Give You Some Candies (Part 6)

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Full Text Chapter 4 Part 5 | Contents | Chapter 5 Part 1 The wind was out. With that, the clouds that had been drooping in the sky were finally being blown away. A bit of sunlight was even poking out from the west side. Unfortunately, Kengo was sent to the hospital. No matter how you look at it, it was just a graze, but he was stabbed in front of the police officers, so it would be treated as an...

Case of the Summer-Exclusive Tropical Parfait Chapter 4: Come Here, I’ll Give You Some Candies (Part 5)

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Full Text Chapter 4 Part 4 | Contents | Chapter 4 Part 6 We checked the service entrance, looked through ground-level daylighting windows, office windows, toilet windows and, of course, the main entrance, but none of them were open, and none of the windows were broken. Then again, there were still other buildings in the premises. Even a small equipment shed near the tennis courts would be enough...

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