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Oct 17, Ocean Gebhardt rated it really liked it Shelves: Il colore del sole Andrea Camilleri. All make you feel rather uncomfortable with the workings of justice in Italy. Camilleri vince sempre facile con giudico. A decent taster of their work but you’d be better off going straight for the full length stuff.
My favorite was Lucarelli’s, then Camilleri’s, then De Cataldo’s.
Three novellas – three crime story writers – three engaging stories. Camilleri now lives in Rome where he works as a TV and theatre director.
9788806205973 – Giudici by Andrea; De, Giancarlo; Lucarelli, Carlo Camilleri
Set shortly after the Italian reunification, it was an interesting historical lesson about an honest judge, written with the wry humor of Camilleri.
Feb 14, Alessandro rated it it was amazing. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Availability All In stock Pre-order Gioco della mosca Andrea Camilleri. Not acknowledging a concept robs that concept of it’s power. Wonderful character, very vivid.
Il birraio di Preston Andrea Camilleri. The Bambina by Carlo Lucarelli was probably my favourite story of the three. Refresh and try again.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Overall I thought these three novellas were worth reading and something a bit different from the usual police procedurals. The middle one of the three, by Lucarelli, ends poignantly with the soun Three elegant novellas, all about judges or magistrates.
Stars are assigned as follows: La Legge in pigiamacome dice il dottor Sanna. A short book containing three stories written by three giuddici Italian writers. Mar 05, Vasilis Kalandaridis rated it liked it. More tools Find sellers with multiple copies Add to want list.
As a matter of fact, his parents knew Pirandello and were even distant friends, as he tells in his essay on Giudivi “Biography of the changed son”. A Beam of Light Andrea Camilleri. Considered a master writer A short book containing three stories written by three different Italian writers. Your order is also backed by our In-Stock Guarantee! The right length for filling in odd moments! This feature provides an interesting quirk which has become something of a fad among his readership even in mainland Italy.
Three elegant novellas, all about judges or magistrates.
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Dec 21, Irene rated it liked it Shelves: I primi due racconti sono molto carini, il terzo un po’ meno a mio giudicl. Un mese con Montalbano Andrea Camilleri. Try adding this search to your want list. Jun 19, Rick rated it really liked it Shelves: About 10 million copies of his novels have been sold to date, and giudjci becoming increasingly popular in the UK and North America.
Are you a frequent reader or book collector? An assassination attempt costs him a good hat, and an arson attack on his office burns down everything but four precious files.
Short, sharp if a little too neat novellas from three of Italy’s leading crime writers. Il corso delle cose Andrea Camilleri. Two are set in Sicily, including Camilleri’s, featuring a 19th century examining magistrate who defeats the system, up to a point, partly by luck and partly by somehow innocently deflecting it. Three very short novellas about honest judges.
Andrea Camilleri, renowned auth I picked up Judges in the library, principally because it contains a story by Giancarlo de Cotaldo, the writer of one of my favourite European TV series — Romanzo Criminale. Open Preview See a Problem?
La danza del gabbiano Andrea Camilleri. A more accurate grade would be 3. Mar 07, Serena rated it liked it.
The ending will make more sense to people with a bit of knowledge about real-life crime in Italy, BTW.