Aum Shinrikyo-Japan's Unholy Sect (Paperback)
This is the true story of a mysterious religious cult Aum Shinrikyo which threw the neat orderly Japanese society into pandemonium with its massive acts of terroism murders culminating in the bloody Tokyo subway sarin gas poisoning in which over 3,000 innocent commuters perished.
Rei Kimura started her professional training as a lawyer. From the age of fifteen, she started to write poetry and short stories for the sheer love of it. She is currently associated with the Australian News Syndicate and finds great challenge in writing about unique personalities and events. Her first book was a biography of the controversial Peruvian Japanese President, Alberto Fujimori entitled "Alberto Fujimori of Peru-The President Who Dared to Dream." From there, she wrote another true and tragic story of the legendary Tojin Okichi who was forced to serve the first American Consul to Japan, Townsend Harris in the turbulent years of the opening of Japan in the mid 1880s. The book is in digital form entitled "Butterfly in the Wind." "Aum Shinrikyo-Japan's Unholy Sect" is Kimura's latest foray into the literary world and with it, she hopes she has made some contribution, no matter how small, to the current universal need to fight terrorism in all forms so that everyone can live in peace and in safety.