Two linked stories, both revolving around a deadly female assassin. In Hotel Harbour View, a Japanese expatriate in Hong Kong spends his time drinking whisky, photographing a high class prostitute and waiting for death at the hands of the assassin he knows is coming for him. In Brief Encounter, a notorious Parisian assassin is himself marked for assassination and his hunter is no stranger to him.
This is one of those stories that put you on the action without explaining much of anything until the end when things kinda make sense. Both stories are to the point and deliver on what they intended to do. The average shonen manga reader won't enjoy this manga for sure. The art is both amazing and bad at the same time, as the author draws the eyes too close to each other in close-up shots (probably intentional though). The backgrounds are amazing and so is the rest. The characters have as much depth as possible for the story to makes sense. I would recommend this manga IF, and only if, you have an open mind.
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