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The Masao Masuto Mysteries

E.V. Cunningham

The Case of the...

Angry
Actress

One-Penny
Orange

Russian
Diplomat

Poisoned
Eclairs

Sliding
Pool

Kidnapped
Angel

Murdered
Mackenzie

Howard Fast wrote mysteries as E.V. Cunningham, including this series of seven starring Masao Masuto, a nisei detective with the Beverly Hills, California, Police Department... devotee of rose cultivation and Zen meditation.

Fast lived six years in California, practiced Zen meditation, and wrote a small book about it, The Art of Zen Meditation, published in 1977, the same year as The Case of the One-Penny Orange, below.

Andrew Macdonald discusses Fast's Zen Buddhism and the Masuto series in this excerpt from his 1996 Howard Fast: A Critical Companion.

 


The Case of the Angry Actress
first published as Samantha

Wm. Morrow & Co., 1967

To the memory of
Nat Goldstone
good friend

editions     translations
from the dust jacket of the 1967 William Morrow first edition

As Detective Sergeant Masao Masuto of the Beverly Hills Police Force drives toward the great antebellum-type house on North Canon, he thinks of his friend Al Greenberg, a famous producer. He recalls how far Greenberg had traveled, from the anonymous, crowded world of Bensonhurst in Brooklyn to the great house and the dreams and dolce vita of Hollywood.
Now Al Greenberg is dead. Almost from the moment his body is found in his Beverly Hills bedroom, a coterie of top film stars and executives suspect that they are marked for murder. The killer announces to one and all that her name is Samantha. Eleven years earlier a girl named Samantha – then one of thousands of young women seeking fame and stardom – was raped by half a dozen young men on a Hollywood set. The bait was the promise of a part in a TV show. She did not get the part and was never seen again. Now, one by one, the very same men who participated in the rape are meeting violent deaths.
It is up to Detective Masao Masuto to stop the killings and catch the killer. A Buddhist, aloof yet involved, a man of simple yet sophisticated tastes, Masuto must overcome the crass Hollywood world where a Nisei is still cruelly taunted. And Detective Masuto must decide, too, whether one of the beautiful, acid-tongued wives of those slated to die is Samantha.
A thriller calculated to bring you an interlude of fast-paced suspense, Samantha follows in the high-heeled footsteps of such favorites as Sally, Margie, Helen and Penelope.

 

Jacket by Harsh-Finegold
1967. Samantha; a novel. 206 pp, 22 cm, 1st, [yellow-green cloth spine, black and white lettering, black linson boards]. Wm. Morrow & Co. New York. ($4.50)*
1968. 206 pp, 21 cm, André Deutsch Ltd. London.
1969. 158 pp, 18 cm, pbk, New English Library (2445). London. (UK 5/- Aus 80¢ NZ 75¢)*
1970 (nd). 128 pp, 17.6 cm, pbk, Popular Library (02543). New York. (60¢)*
1984. The Case of the Angry Actress. 190 pp, 17.1 cm, pbk, Dell (11093). New York. ISBN: 0-440-11093-9. ($2.95)*
cover design by J. Vita
2000. Howard Fast: Masuto Investigates (contains: Samantha & One-Penny Orange). pbk, 21.1cm, 387pp. ibooks, New York. ISBN: 0-7434-0022-4 [$14.00]*

Introduction by Howard Fast

2004. Howard Fast: Samantha; The First Masao Masuto Mystery, pbk, ISBN: 0743479122. Ibooks.

translations

1986. Fast, Howard. Samantha. (French) 187 pp, Le Miroir obscur 122 (ISSN 0753-616X). Oswald. Paris.
1979. Samantha: Kriminalroman. (German, tr. by Heinz Nagel) 128 pp, 18 cm, pbk, Knaur-Taschenbuecher (4904). Droemer Knaur. München; Zürich.
1971. Samantha : romanzo. (Italian, tr. by Maria Martone Napolitano) 169 pp, 18 cm, Garzanti. Milano.
1992. Samanta. (Russian) in: Norman Shore, Odinokii russkii, Moskva: Ripol; Dzhoker. 413 p. ill. 21 cm.(with translation of Gil Dzh. Brever -- Odinokii russkii / N. Shor.]. ISBN: 5870120064.
1972. Mèordande Konkurrens. (Swedish) 238 pp, 19 cm, B. Wahlstroms Bokindustri. Falun.

Samantha was first published in 1967, as one of the E.V. Cunningham "women's name" series of mysteries. The remaining six volumes of the Masao Masuto Mysteries were published from 1977 - 1984.


 
The Case of the One-Penny Orange

Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1977

For Dotty—
who loved all
the Cunninghams

editions     translations
from the dust jacket of the 1977 Holt, Rinehart, Winston first edition

Masao Masuto, a Nisei detective on the Beverly Hills police force, is a karate expert, a devotee of roses, and a Zen Buddhist. He does his job with a cool, caustic wit, and force when necessary. He is a complex man with a singular sense of justice, taking action on his own and making moral judgments as he sees fit – not always by the code. He also happens to be superb as puzzling out a crime.
Here, in this first of a series, Masao is called in to check a ransacked house from which nothing has been taken. The same day a noted stamp dealer is found murdered in his office, and his assistant is beaten to death that night. Although Masao's chief rages about the transatlantic phone calls Masao demands and no one can fathom the tack he's taking, he quietly begins a search for a little square of reddish-orange paper, imperforate – an 1847 postage stamp from the island of Mauritius, now worth close to half a million dollars. It is one of the rarest, most famous stamps in the world.
Here is a mystery that offers not only an intriguing crime-puzzle but also a very human tale of greed and of ritual revenge whose origins lie in the bitter memories of the Holocaust and whose emotional undertones reflect harsh political and social truths. Masao as observer and actor in the drama – here as well as in all the books in the series – promises an unusual look at the luxury and corruption of life in L.A.

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Jacket design Jay J. Smith
1977. 159 pp, 21 cm, "First Edition", [orange cloth spine, silver lettering, black paper boards]. A Rinehart suspense novel. Holt, Rinehart and Winston. New York. ISBN: 0-03-021361-4. ($6.95)*

Jacket photo James Jackson
1978. 159 pp, 20.5 cm, "First Published 1978", [orange linson, black lettering]. André Deutsch Ltd. London. ISBN: 0-233-97010-X. (£3.95)*
1978 (nd). in: Detective Book Club: Nine O'clock Tide / by Mignon G. Eberhart. The Case of One-penny Orange / by E.V. Cunningham. Death by Bequest / by Mary McMullen. 176, 128, 169 pp, 20 cm, W.J. Black. Roslyn, N.Y.

cover illus. Andy Lackow
1979. 160 pp, 17.5 cm, pbk, Jove A4876. New York. ISBN: 0-515-04876-3 ($1.50)*
1981. A New Portway large print book, Chivers. Bath. ISBN: 0851191401.
1982. 224 pp, large print, G.K. Hall. Boston, MA. ISBN: 0816133344.

cover illus. Ruby Mazur
1982. 159 pp, 17.7 cm, pbk, Owl 059858, Holt Reinhart & Winston, New York. ISBN: 0-03-059858-3 ($3.50)*
cover design by J. Vita
2000. Howard Fast: Masuto Investigates (contains: Samantha & One-Penny Orange). pbk, 21.1cm, 387pp. ibooks, New York. ISBN: 0-7434-0022-4 [$14.00]*

Introduction by Howard Fast

translations

1978. Les morts s'affranchissent. (French, tr. by Jane Fillion) 246 pp, 18 cm, pbk, Collection Super Noire (111). Gallimard. Paris. ISBN: 2-07-046111-4.*
1978. Die verschollene Mauritius. (German, tr. by Karl Henis Siber, Erika Freund) 175 pp, 20 cm, Droemer Knaur. München; Zürich. ISBN: 3-426-08895-9.
1978. Die verschollene Mauritius. (German) 192 pp, 20 cm, Deutsche Buch-Gemeinschaft. Berlin [West]; Darmstadt; Wien.
1979. Un penny vermiglio per Masao Masuto. (Italian) Mondadari (1562).
1981. Die verschollene Mauritius. (German, tr. by Karl Henis Siber and Erika Freund) 175 pp, 18 cm, pbk, Knaur-Taschenbuecher (4922). Droemer Knaur. München; Zürich. ISBN: 3-426-04922-8.
1983. Die verschollene Mauritius. (German, tr. by Karl Heinz Siber, Erika Freund) 167 pp, 25 cm, large print, Reihe leichter lesen: Bücher in Grossdruck; Bd. 146. Richarz (Kriminalroman in Grossdruck). Sankt Augustin. ISBN: 3-88345-103-7.


The Case of the Russian Diplomat

Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1978

editions     translations
from the dust jacket of the 1978 Holt, Rinehart, Winston first edition

Masao Masuto has a rose garden and practices Zen Buddhism. He is also the only Nisei detective in the Beverly Hills Police Department, a man who uses karate, not guns, and who brings to his job both a wry, reflective humor and an almost intuitive skill for the riddle of a crime. Here, in the second of a series featuring this complex man, Masao finds himself risking his job – and the life of his child Ana – on the strength of his guesses.
In the predawn hours an unidentified man is found in the lavish pool of the Beverly Glen Hotel – not a mark on the body. A few hours later a guest is murdered. By the time an officious F.B.I. agent has been dispatched from Washington to "handle" the case, Masuto is following his own leads into a world of espionage and terrorism.
As with The Case of the One-Penny Orange, the intriguing start to the Masao Masuto series, Cunningham shows us the cost of political hatreds while also offering, with humor and engaging style, a drama of monied L.A. and its seamier underpinnings – a tense and provocative mystery.

 

1978. 159 pp, 21 cm, uncorrected proof [blue-green wraps, black lettering]. Holt, Rinehart and Winston. New York.*

Jacket design Jay J. Smith
1978. 159 pp, 21 cm, "First Edition", [red cloth spine, silver lettering, black paper boards]. Holt, Rinehart and Winston. New York. ISBN: 0-03-022456-X. ($6.95)*
1978 (nd). in: Detective Book Club: with Send for the Saint (164pp) by Leslie Charteris; Nothing's Certain But Death (199pp) by M.K. Wren. 110 pp, 20 cm, W.J. Black. Roslyn, N.Y.

Jacket photo James Jackson
1979. 159 pp, 20.5 cm, 1st UK, [red linson, silver lettering]. André Deutsch Ltd. London. ISBN: 0-233-97102-5. (£3.95 net)*
1979 (nd). in: Detective Book Club: with Maigret and the Hotel Majestic, by Georges Simenon, and Death of an Expert Witness, by P.D. James. 20 cm, W.J. Black. Roslyn, N.Y.

cover illus. Andy Lackow
1979. 158 pp, 17.8 cm, pbk, Jove M4881: HBJ. 0-515-04881-x ($1.75)*
1980. 199 pp, 23 cm, large print, Chivers Press. Bath, England. ISBN: 085997457X.

cover illus. Ruby Mazur
1982. 159 pp, 17.8 cm, pbk, Owl 059857: Holt, Rinehart & Winston. ISBN: 0-03-059857-5. ($3.50)*

translations

1978. Le noyé de Beverly Hills. (French, tr. by Madeleine Fillion) 246 pp, 18 cm, pbk, Collection Super Noire (122). Gallimard. Paris. ISBN: 2-07-046122-X.
1979. Masao Masuto e il diplomatico Russo. (Italian pbk, Mondadori (1613).
1989. Le noyé de Beverly Hills. (French, tr. by Madeleine Fillion) 246 pp, 18 cm, pbk, Série Noire (2203). Gallimard. Paris. ISBN: 2-07-049203-6.
1979. Ein Diplomat zuviel: Roman. (German, tr. by Heinz Nagel) 174 pp, 20 cm, Droemer Knaur. München; Zürich. ISBN: 3-426-19000-1.
1980. Ein Diplomat zuviel: Roman. (German, tr. by Heinz Nagel) 174 pp, 20 cm, Deutsche Buch-Gemeinschaft. Berlin [West]; Darmstadt; Wien.
1982. Ein Diplomat zuviel: Roman. (German, tr. by Heinz Nagel) 125 pp, 18 cm, pbk, Knaur-Taschenbuecher (4928). Droemer Knaur. München; Zürich. ISBN: 3-426-04928-7.


 
The Case of the Poisoned Eclairs

Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1979

To the memory of Louis Untermeyer

editions     translations
from the dust jacket of the 1979 Holt, Rinehart and Winston first edition

Since they're all "dieting," the women in Laura Crombie's bridge group refuse the pastry that was delivered anonymously to her house. But Ana Fortez, Laura's maid, loves sweets, and she take the éclairs home. By dawn she is dead of botulism. And by the end of the day two more bodies are found – the boy who delivered the pastry and an ex-con chemist.
Masao Masuto, the brilliant, enigmatic Nisei detective on the Beverly Hills police force, is put on the case. He is a man who likes quiet pleasures, like tending his rose garden, and he brings to his job the skills of karate, the concentration of Zen Buddhism. Here he finds himself on the line from the beginning, as he tries to discover who the intended victim is, who the killer -- before another murder occurs. The four women he puts under guard are all divorcées, are in no mood to stay cooped up, despite their fear, and the men he questions are arrogant or noncommittal. No one is helping, yet Masao knows that the killer is a man obsessed with a secret that threatens him and that he's in a hurry to kill – no matter that others die in his pathological pursuit.
The Case of the Poisoned Eclairs is a tough, tense mystery, yet laced with Masao's ironic wit; it is also a hard look at some of the uglier costs of wealth in marriage and divorce.

1979. 160 pp, 20.5 cm, pbk, 'uncorrected page proof' [mustard wraps, black lettering]. Holt, Rinehart and Winston. New York.*

Jacket design & photo, Jay J. Smith
1979. 160 pp, 21 cm, "First Edition", [yellow paper, black lettering]. A Rinehart suspense novel. Holt, Rinehart and Winston. New York. ISBN: 0-03-044721-6.*
1979. 156 pp, 21.5 cm, book club edition, [tannish yellow paper, black lettering]. A Rinehart suspense novel. Holt, Rinehart and Winston. New York.*

Jacket photo James Jackson
1980. 160 pp, 20.5 cm, "First Published 1980 by André Deutsch", [red linson, gold lettering]. André Deutsch Ltd. London. ISBN: 0-233-97291-9. (£5.95 net)*
1980. 191 pp, 17.4 cm, pbk, Dell (11256). New York. ISBN: 0-440-11256-7. ($2.25)*
1981. A New Portway large print book, Chivers. Bath. ISBN: 0851191444.
1982. 211 pp, 23 cm, large print, G.K. Hall. Boston, MA. ISBN: 0816133336.

translations

1980. Quatre dames damnées. (French, tr. by Jane Fillion) 245 pp, 18 cm, pbk, Série noire (1797). Gallimard. Paris. ISBN: 2-07-048797-0.*
1980. Bignè avvelenati per Masao Masuto (Italian pbk, Mondadari (1663).
1981. Club der Geschiedenen: Roman. (German, tr. by Katharina Berg) 191 pp, 20 cm, Droemer Knaur. München; Zürich.
1982. Club der Geschiedenen: Roman. (German, tr. by Katharina Berg) 191 pp, 20 cm, Deutsche Buch-Gemeinschaft. Berlin [West]; Darmstadt; Wien.
1986. Club der Geschiedenen: Roman. (German, tr. by Katharina Berg) 191 pp, 18 cm, pbk, Knaur (1398). Droemer Knaur. München. ISBN: 3-426-01398-3.


 
The Case of the Sliding Pool

Delacorte Press, 1981

For Dolly, Maxie, and George,
my Three disciples at
Laurel Way

editions     translations
from the dust jacket of the 1981 Delacorte Press first edition

In his most baffling case yet, Masao Masuto, Beverly Hills's American-born Japanese detective, unearths a thirty-year-old murder, and in doing so, arouses a killer who will stop at nothing to put the case back to rest.
Its supports weakened by days of rain, a swimming pool collapses down a Beverly Hills canyon, exposing a neatly scooped-out cavity in the pool's foundation. In it the horrified owners find a thirty-year-old skeleton of a man.
Always sensitive to undesirable publicity, Captain Wainwright of the Beverly Hills police would be happy to drop the case after a perfunctory investigation. But Masuto, intrigued by the coroner's report, cannot let the matter rest. What could have been the motive for such a crime? Who could have had the expertise, and the physical strength, to kill a victim, strip him naked, and coolly bury him on a construction site?
For Masuto the first challenge is clear: ...identify the dead man. From there he can begin to piece together the killer's identity... assuming the man has survived the thirty years since his crime.
As Masuto begins his investigation, he finds himself locked in a deadly game of wits with a brilliant murderer -- who is still very much alive. The stakes rise as the killer strikes again, then once more, until Masuto devises a desperate plan to draw the killer into the open. But a shocking reversal lies waiting to serve Masuto up -- alone and unarmed -- to the ruthless murderer he has so diligently pursued.


Jacket design Paul Bacon
1981. 178 pp, 21.4 cm, "First Printing", [black cloth spine, gold lettering, black paper boards]. Delacorte Press. New York. ISBN: 0-440-01114-0. ($10.95)*
1981. 150 pp, 21.4 cm, book club, [grey paper, blue lettering]. Delacorte Press. New York. ISBN: 0-440-01114-0.*
1982. 178 pp, 20.5 cm, 1st UK, [red cloth, gold lettering]. Victor Gollancz. London. ISBN: 0-575-03099-2. (£6.95 net)*
1982. 197 pp, 24 cm, large print, G.K. Hall. Boston, MA. ISBN: 0816133484.
1983. 187 pp, 17.4 cm, pbk, Dell (12092). New York. ISBN: 0-440-12092-6. ($2.95)*
1984. 178 pp, pbk, Hamlyn Books, London. ISBN: 0-09-938700-X. (£1.75)*
1990. large print. A Lythway book, Chivers. Bath. ISBN: 074511055X.
cover design by J. Vita
2001. Howard Fast: Masuto: The Hollywood Murders (contains: Sliding Pool & Kidnapped Angel). pbk, 406pp. IBooks. ISBN: 0-7434-1305-9 ($14.00)

Introduction by Howard Fast

translations

1982. La piscine baladeuse. (French, tr. by J. Delord (Isabelle Delord-Philippe)) 251 pp, 18 cm, pbk, Série noire (1867). Gallimard. Paris. ISBN: 2-07-048867-5.*
1982. Masao Masuto e la piscina vagabonda. (Italian pbk, Mondadori (1745)
1984. Ein Fall von Erdrutsch: Kriminalroman. (German, tr. by Wolfdietrich Mueller) 159 pp, 18 cm, pbk, Knaur (4952): Krimi. Droemer Knaur. München.


 
The Case of the Kidnapped Angel

Delacorte Press, 1982

For Paul D. Reynolds
[Paul R. Reynolds, Fast's literary agent]

editions     translations
from the dust jacket of the 1982 Delacorte Press first edition

In his most puzzling mystery since The Case of the Sliding Pool, Detective Masao Masuto becomes entangled in the seamy underside of life in glittering Beverly Hills.
When Angel Barton, Hollywood sex goddess, is kidnapped from her Malibu beach house, Detective Masao Masuto is sent to investigate. But Mike Barton, Angel's equally famous actor husband, is adamant that the million-dollar ransom be paid -- without police interference. A few hours after Barton sets off to rendezvous with the kidnappers, Angel Barton returns home unharmed. Her husband is not so lucky: Mike Baron is found slumped behind the wheel of his Mercedes, a bullet in his head, the ransom money gone.
As Masuto begins to seek out the reasons for Barton's death, he finds himself immersed in a complex world of secret passions and bewildering illusions. More victims will die before Masuto gathers the suspects together in a desperate gamble to expose the vicious killer behind the smiling faces of Mike Barton's closest friends.

1982. 139 pp, 21 x 13.3 cm, uncorrected proof. [light green wraps, black lettering]. Delacorte Press. New York.*

Jacket illus. Marvin Mattelson, design Andrew M. Newman
1982. 180 pp, 21.4 cm, "First Printing", [black cloth spine, gold lettering, green paper boards]. Delacorte Press. New York. ISBN: 0-440-01103-5. ($12.95)*
1982. 149 pp, 21.4 cm, book club, [olive paper, black lettering]. Delacorte Press. New York.*
1983. 180 pp, 20.5 cm, 1st UK, Victor Gollancz. London. ISBN: 0-575-03265-0. (£6.95 net)*
1983. 180 pp, 17.3 cm, pbk, (dedication corrected to "Paul R. Reynolds"). Dell (11224). New York. ISBN: 0-440-11224-9 ($2.95)*
1983. 206 pp, 24 cm, large print, G.K. Hall. Boston, MA. ISBN: 0816134715.
cover design by J. Vita
2001. Howard Fast: Masuto: The Hollywood Murders (contains: Kidnapped Angel & Sliding Pool). pbk, 406pp. IBooks. ISBN: 0-7434-1305-9 ($14.00)

Introduction by Howard Fast

translations

1984. On m'a volé  mon ange. (French, tr. by France-Marie Watkins) 186 pp, 18 cm, pbk, Série noire (1953). Gallimard. Paris. ISBN: 2-07-048953-1.*
1982. Ein Engel fuer die Traumfabrik: Kriminalroman. (German, tr. by Wolfdietrich Mueller) 159 pp, 18 cm, pbk, Knaur (4960): Krimi. Droemer Knaur. München. ISBN: 3-426-04960-0.
1987. El angel secuestrado. (Spanish, tr. by Montserrat Gurgui) 174 pp, 18 cm, 1a ed., "Biblioteca negra; 1" "Un nuevo caso Masuto". Arin. Barcelona.


 
The Case of the Murdered Mackenzie

Delacorte Press, 1984

For Barbara, welcome

editions     translations
from the dust jacket of the 1985 Gollancz first UK edition

Masao Masuto, that very shrewd Japanese detective on the Beverley Hills police force, whose brilliance we have already encountered in the cases of The Sliding Pool and The Kidnapped Angel, takes a long-promised holiday with his wife and daughter in the land of their ancestors. And as soon as he's gone, his partner Sy Beckman has to cope with an extraordinary murder problem.
A leading local citizen, Robert Mackenzie, is found murdered, seemingly electrocuted in his bath, and the first of many curious things about the case is the pressure put upon the District Attorney and the Chief of Police, by powerful sources in Washington, to charge Mackenzie's wife (once a famous film star, and still beautiful) with the crime. Masuto returns to be faced by a fait accompli: the trial is about to begin, though the case against Eve Mackenzie is so flimsy that the judge is sure to dismiss the charge without even calling the defence. Which is what happens.
So: who killed Mackenzie; and why the clumsy attempt to implicate his wife? The police are instructed, again from Washington, to proceed no further, but Masuto obstinately goes on investigating. To him, murder remains murder, even if the White House wants to hush it up. But why hush it up, and by any desperate means, which include two more murders, and two very narrow escapes for Masuto himself. And who's behind it all? – the firm for which Mackenzie worked, the formidable Fenton Corporation, manufacturer of missile components? – or perhaps the devious CIA? Also, was the dead man really Mackenzie: reliable witnesses identified the body, but when Masuto forces an exhumation, the coffin is empty.
Before we reach the tense denouement we are into even deeper waters. Masuto has never had a more baffling problem, nor has he solved one more brilliantly – with a little help from his Zen meditation, of course!

1984. 181 pp, 21 cm, pbk, 'uncorrected page proof' [light blue wraps, black lettering]. Delacorte Press. New York. ISBN: 0-385-29337-2.*

Jacket illus. Marvin Mattelson
1984. 181 pp, 21.5 cm, "First Printing", [red cloth spine, gold lettering, blue paper boards]. Delacorte Press. New York. ISBN: 0-385-29337-2. ($11.95)*
1984. 153 pp, 21.5 cm, book club edition, [red paper, black lettering]. Delacorte Press. New York.*
1985. 181 pp, 20.2 cm, "First published in Great Britain 1985", [red cloth, gold lettering]. Victor Gollancz. London. ISBN: 0-575-03563-3. (£7.95 net)*
1985 (1984). large print. A Lythway book, Chivers. Bath. ISBN: 0745101577.
1985. 181 pp, 17 cm, pbk, Dell (11223). New York. ISBN: 0-440-11223-0 ($2.95)*
1985. large print pbk edition, G.K. Hall. Boston. ISBN: 0816137714.

translations

1985. Le Jap se débride. (French, tr. by Madeleine Charvet) 245 pp, 18 cm, pbk, Série noire (1998). Gallimard. Paris. ISBN: 2-07-048998-1.*


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