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Tag Archives: Italian Detective Fiction
It’s a Tuesday. It’s night time (in the UK at any rate), which means only one thing. It is time for the Tuesday Night Bloggers to come together to look at this month’s theme: Firsts. A theme which over the … Continue reading
Ever keen to try work from authors outside of the UK and USA, I have been meaning to try Camilleri’s work for a while now and this particular title was recommended to me. The story is set in Sicily and … Continue reading
Source: Review Copy (Pushkin Vertigo) I first read this author’s work earlier this year when I reviewed The Hotel of the Three Roses (1936) which I enjoyed for its’ central sleuth, narrative style and the way it built up tension. … Continue reading
I’ve had another full month of reading, racking up a total of 19 books. My enjoyment of these did vary a lot but thankfully the majority were enjoyable. This month there were three clear contenders for the rank of Book … Continue reading
Source: Review Copy (Puskin Vertigo) Vintage Mystery Scavenger Hunt Item: Rope/ Noose It has been a long time since I have read any Italian crime fiction, so I was glad to receive a copy of Augusto De Angelis’ The Hotel … Continue reading