Death in A Strange Country

Death in A Strange Country

eBook - 2008
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Early one morning Commissario Guido Brunetti of the Venice Police confronts a grisly sight when the body of a young man is fished out of a fetid canal. All the clues point to a violent mugging, but for Brunetti the motive of robbery seems altogether too convenient. When something is discovered in the victim's apartment that suggests the existence of a high-level conspiracy, Brunetti becomes convinced that somebody, somewhere, is taking great pains to provide a ready-made solution to the crime. Rich with atmosphere and marvelous plotting, Death in a Strange Country is a superb novel in Donna Leon's chilling Venetian mystery series.
Publisher: [United States] : Grove/Atlantic, Inc. : Made available through hoopla, 2008
ISBN: 9781555848989
1555848982
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: hoopla digital

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maipenrai
Nov 06, 2016

The second book in the Guido Brunetti series

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DorisWaggoner
Jun 16, 2014

This 2nd in the series brings Commissario Brunetti his first encounter with Americans, other than the nuisance of tourists in his beloved Venice, when an unidentified body turns out to belong to a nearby US Army base. The mystery is convoluted, compounded by lack of cooperation on all sides, including his superior. Again Venice itself is a major character. I've enjoyed several later books in the series, and decided to go back to the beginning. Fun to see that Brunetti, his boss, and his family are fully formed characters from the get-go, though they all grow as the series progresses.

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todeanna
May 29, 2014

2nd in Guido Brunetti Series

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penyak
Sep 02, 2010

Ok if you really like Venice or have never been there and interested. Mystery was so-so.

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