Death and the Olive Grove

Death and the Olive Grove

An Inspector Bordelli Mystery

eBook - 2013
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The sequel to the critically acclaimed Death in August, which finds Inspector Bordelli facing a nightmarish murder mysteryIt is April of 1964, and the cruelest month is breeding bad weather and worse news. And plenty of disturbing news is coming to Florence detective Inspector Bordelli. Bordellis friend, Casimiro, insists hes discovered the body of a man in a field above Fiesole. Bordelli races to the scene, but doesnt find any sign of a corpse. Only a couple of days later, a little girl is found at Villa Ventaglio. She has been strangled, and there is a horrible bite mark on her belly. Then another young girl is found murdered, with the same macabre signature. And meanwhile, Casimiro has disappeared without a trace. This new investigation marks the start of one of the darkest periods of Bordellis life: a nightmare without end, as black as the sky above Florence.
Publisher: New York, NY : Pegasus Crime : Open Road, 2013
ISBN: 9781453298930
1453298932
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: Sartarelli, Stephen 1954-

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Feb 03, 2016

This was great! Bordelli has to deal with child killers, Nazi criminals and infatuation. This was dark, but absolutely compelling. I could not put it down; read it in less than a week. This series is translated by Stephen Sartarelli; check the back for notes.

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wendybradley
Feb 25, 2015

Here we have a detective who is well written, and believable. This translation from the Italian is an excellent read.

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Mpendwa
Nov 18, 2013

Vichi's detective is fascinating: depressed, sardonic, shaped by WWII and knowledgeable about the best eateries in Florence. Between police work, unexpected hilarity and philosophy this slice of Inspector Bordelli's detecting style is captivating. Oh, and the comments about Italians' opinions of other Italians (Puglia, Sicily, Sardinia etc.) are delightful.

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