Japanese Tales of Mystery & Imagination - Rampo Edogawa, James B. Harris The author was clearly influenced by Edgar Allan Poe (in Japanese it is pronounced Edogawa Rampo. I had to repeat it a few many times to connect the names). These short stories are very well written, almost of all them in 1st person. Most of them are mystery, about crimes, and all the characters are insane.

Very gripping stories, dark, weird and a bit creepy. I loved the Human Chair story, about a man living inside a big chair. And that twist! Sugoi.