country of citizenship:
language of expression: Japanese
educated at: Nagoya University
occupation: novelist, engineer
Hiroshi Mori (森 博嗣, Mori Hiroshi, born December 7, 1957) is a Japanese writer and engineer. He is famous for writing mystery novels – particularly his debut work The Perfect Insider, which won him the first Mephisto Prize in 1996 – but he considers himself to be a researcher as well as craftsman.
He insists his name to be written and called "MORI Hiroshi," family name first and uppercased, regardless of the language when romanized.
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