Hisashi Nozawa

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Hisashi Nozawa (野沢 尚 Nozawa Hisashi?, 7 May 1960 – 28 June 2004) was a Japanese screenwriter and mystery novelist. He won the Kuniko Mukōda Prize in 1998 for his screenplay Nemureru Mori (A Sleeping Forest) and Kekkon Zen'ya (The Night before the Wedding). He also won the Edogawa Rampo Award in 1997 for Hasen no marisu (Dotted-line Malice) and the Eiji Yoshikawa Prize for New Writers in 2001 for Shinku (Crimson). The South Korean TV Network SBS broadcast a 16 Episode Drama Alone in Love adapted from one of his novels in 2006. He also wrote Detective Conan - The Phantom of Baker Street.

He was found dead in his office in Tokyo's Meguro ward after he had apparently hanged himself several days earlier. A note was also found at the scene.[1]

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  1. ^ "Archives 2004". Japanese Literature.net. Retrieved 2009-02-25. 

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