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La bambola del Cisternino
Author: Diego Collaveri
Publisher: Fratelli Frilli Editori
ISBN: 8869432106
Pages: 300
Year: 2017-06-25
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Livorno. L’omicidio di una vecchia prostituta nei pressi del Cisternino risveglia nel commissario Botteghi ricordi sepolti dell’infanzia, tanto da divenire quasi una questione personale. Frustrato per gli scarsi risultati, non molla l’indagine neppure quando il Questore gli impone un caso più risonante. Un imprenditore edile, autore di importanti restauri storici della città, è stato trovato morto nel parco di Villa Corridi. Tra regolamenti di conti, inseguimenti nei sotterranei della città, un misterioso killer e un vecchio traffico di droga, le due indagini finiranno per intrecciarsi tra loro in un sottile gioco di parti, così inaspettato da mettere a dura prova le capacità investigative di Botteghi. Riuscirà il commissario a scoprire l’incredibile verità nascosta all’ombra dell’antico acquedotto Leopoldino? Un malinconico viaggio attraverso storie di vita cui non è concessa redenzione, cullato dalla melodia di una famosa canzone degli anni ’60.
A Private Venus
Author: Giorgio Scerbanenco
Publisher: Melville House
ISBN: 1612193366
Pages: 256
Year: 2014-03-25
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"A noir writer richly deserving rediscovery." —Publishers Weekly The book that gave birth to Italian noir . . . Milan, 1966: When Dr. Duca Lamberti is released from prison, he’s lost his medical license and his options are few. But thanks to an old connection, he lands a job, although it’s a tricky one: guarding the alcoholic son of a plastics millionaire. But Lamberti soon discovers that the young man has a terrible secret, rooted in the mysterious death of a beautiful woman on the gritty side of town. The fast cars, high fashion, and chic nightclubs of glitzy and swinging Milan conceal a dirty reality . . . This is no dolce vita. A Private Venus marks the beginning of Italian noir: Giorgio Scerbanenco pioneered a new type of novel that trained its gaze on the crime and desperation that roiled under prosperous Italian society in the 1960s. And at the heart of this book is Duca Lamberti, an unforgettable protagonist: obsessive, world-weary, unconventional in his methods, and trying hard not to make another fatal mistake. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Book of Man
Author: Osho
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 9351184102
Pages: 292
Year: 2013-03-07
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How do you find your original self? Osho perceives man as becoming increasingly alienated from his inner self, gradually losing his natural innocence and creativity in the mindless quest for worldly power and success. To appear strong, the average man suppresses his innate qualities of love and compassion. For Osho, the ideal man is Zorba, the Buddha—a perfect blend of matter and soul. This seamless collection of discourses takes the reader through the various stages of man’s evolution: from Adam to Slave, Son, Homosexual, Priest and Politician, until he attains the pinnacle of his consciousness as the Rebel or Zorba. Sparkling with anecdotes and enriched with brilliant repartee, The Book of Man is a remarkable blend of wisdom and wit.
Traitors to All
Author: Giorgio Scerbanenco
Publisher: Melville House
ISBN: 1612193676
Pages: 256
Year: 2014-06-03
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From the godfather of Italian noir “A noir writer richly deserving rediscovery.” —Publishers Weekly One balmy spring evening on the outskirts of Milan, a Fiat with two passengers plunges into a canal. At first, their deaths are registered as an accident. But Duca Lamberti, the doctor-turned-detective of Giorgio Scerbanenco’s legendary series, suspects there’s more to it than that. Because that same canal has been the scene of other deaths, and all the incidents have one man in common: a lawyer with a murky past stretching all the way back to World War II—a man who, in fact, once shared a prison cell with Lamberti. Winner of the most prestigious European crime prize on its original publication in 1966, Traitors to All is classic noir by one of the greatest writers of the genre—a book that lays bare the connections between Milan’s troubled history during the war and its swinging sixties affluence, as well as an utterly absorbing tale of betrayal and revenge.
Death in Florence: A Novel (Inspector Bordelli Mysteries)
Author: Marco Vichi
Publisher: Pegasus Books
ISBN: 1605989304
Pages: 400
Year: 2015-10-15
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Florence, October 1966. When a young boy vanishes, the police fear the worst, which brings Inspector Bordelli into an increasingly desperate investigation, in the new mystery from critics' favorite Marco Vichi. Florence, 1966. The rain is never-ending. When a young boy vanishes on his way home from school the police fear the worst, and Inspector Bordelli begins an increasingly desperate investigation. Then the flood hits. During the night of November 4th the swollen River Arno, already lapping the arches of the Ponte Vecchio, breaks its banks and overwhelms the city. Streets become rushing torrents, the force of the water sweeping away cars and trees, doors, shutters and anything else in its wake. In the aftermath of this unimaginable tragedy the mystery of the child's disappearance seems destined to go unsolved. But obstinate as ever, Bordelli is not prepared to give up.
Love? Maybe.
Author: Heather Hepler
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101559691
Pages: 288
Year: 2012-01-05
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Just because Piper's birthday is on Valentine's Day does not mean she's a romantic. In fact, after watching her father and then her stepfather leave, she's pretty sure she doesn't believe in love at all. Then her friends concoct a plan to find them all Valentine's dates, and somehow Piper finds herself with the most popular guy in school. But true love never follows a plan, and a string of heartfelt gifts from a secret admirer has Piper wondering if she might be with the wrong guy. "Readers seeking a romance with sweet, salty, and spicy moments should be entertained." — Publishers Weekly From the Trade Paperback edition.
A Darkness Descending
Author: Christobel Kent
Publisher: Corvus
ISBN: 0857893289
Pages: 381
Year: 2014-08
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When Niccolo Rosselli, the driven, charismatic leader of a Florentine political movement, collapses at a rally, his young party immediately comes under threat. And when it emerges that his long time partner, Flavia, has disappeared, leaving behind not only a devastated husband but their newborn son, the political becomes dangerously personal - and Sandro Cellini is drafted in to investigate. The trail leads to a tired sea-side town and a modest hotel, where Flavia chose to end her life. But Cellini isn't satisfied - why would one so young and with so much to live for, walk away from all she loves?..As he digs into Flavia's secret world, however, Sandro uncovers the hidden life of a woman consumed with private passions and a deadly, dark obsession. And as the private and public realms intersect, he cannot forget that life in modern Italy has a perilous edge - fuelled as much by rage as desire.
A Deadly Paradise
Author: Grace Brophy
Publisher: Soho Press
ISBN: 1569474915
Pages: 298
Year: 2008
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Inspector Alessandro Cenni investigates after an elderly German woman, a retired cultural attache, is murdered.
The Dead Season
Author: Christobel Kent
Publisher: Atlantic Books
ISBN: 1843549530
Pages: 424
Year: 2013-02-01
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Florence is deserted. The sluggish Arno and the Ponte Vecchio shimmer in the summer haze. A corpse lies on the roadside, waiting for discovery.
The Drowning River
Author: Christobel Kent
Publisher: Felony & Mayhem
ISBN: 1934609900
Pages: 323
Year: 2011
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Originally published as Time of mourning by Atlantic Books (2009).
A Murder in Tuscany
Author: Christobel Kent
Publisher:
ISBN: 141044323X
Pages: 569
Year: 2011
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"As Sandro Cellini comes to grips with the realities of life as a private detective, touting for business and following errant teenagers, an old case comes back to haunt him. Charming and ruthless Loni Meadows, the subject of a routine background check early in Sandro's career, goes off the icy road in her car one night. The circumstances of her death seem less than accidental to Sandro -- however inconvenient his suspicions might be."
A Death In Calabria
Author: Michele Giuttari
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0748116141
Pages: 416
Year: 2010-07-01
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One of the wildest and most beautiful regions in Italy, known for its rugged coastline and mountains, Calabria is also home to the deadly 'Ndrangheta. An organised Mafia crime operation more feared in Italy than the Cosa Nostra or the Camorra, it is shrouded in mystery. Chief Superintendent Michele Ferrara of Italy's elite Anti-Mafia Investigation Department is tasked with investigating the deaths of several Calabria citizens - some in New York, some in the small, isolated villages that dot the Calabrian countryside. To get to the bottom of the case, Ferrara has to infiltrate the village of San Piero d'Aspromonte, deep in the Calabrian mountains. And there, he must put his life on the line to learn more about a family at the centre of an ancient, bloody feud... Originally published in Italian as La Donna Della 'Ndrangheta.
The Sign of the Weeping Virgin
Author: Alana White
Publisher:
ISBN: 1410458067
Pages: 567
Year: 2013
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In 1480, Florentine investigator Guid' Antonio Vespucci and his nephew, Amerigo, are entangled in events that threaten to destroy them and their beloved city. Marauding Turks abduct a beautiful young Florentine girl and sell her into slavery. Then a holypainting in Guid' Antonio's family church begins to weep. Following a spellbinding trail of clues, Guid' Antonio pursues the truth about the missing girl and the painting's mystifying tears.