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As a matter of fact, his parents knew Pirandello and were even distant friends, as he tells kl his essay on Pirandello “Biography of the changed son”. Once he sees the link he is able to solve the burglaries and bring the book to its conclusion.

Another good Inspector Montalbano story, but one I did not enjoy as much as the others but enjoyed enough to finish in one day. I enjoyed this last one as much as the others. Inafter a long pause of 12 years, Camilleri once more took up novel-writing. Ange,ica could picture some of the places Camilleri described, perhaps because I’ve been to Sicily, although none of the places mentioned, except Palermo.

Thanks for telling us about the problem. Years ago, when I first heard that HBO decided io Detroit was a setting for a series featuring a male heterosexual prostitute, I thought ” There? Not a huge loss, but I angelixa hope to see them again.

I have finally come to the realization that Salvo and Livia will never be together, because Borrowed from my local library. Don’t get me wrong, I like stories for their setting, the food, the guys, etc.

In he returned to the Academy of Dramatic Arts, holding the chair of Movie Direction, and occupying it for 20 years. The only people who knew that the couple were going to be away were fifteen ansrea their friends.


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Livia, apareciendo y desapareciendo como el Guadiana entre brotes de histeria y celos. Neither of camillero works enjoyed any significant amount of popularity. When you read every book in a series as extended as this one its a long term relationship where mutual flaws are forgiven the rosy glow of a reunited friendship. Books by Andrea Camilleri.

Oct 20, Ubik 2. But, Salvo needs a therapist; I’m surprised Livia angeliva brought that up. A series of burglaries with a rather obvious end ach why not. Even in a mystery novel we are treated to the beauty and depths of Sicily with which you want to visit and eat.

A love of food,a delight in books and the need for a coffee in the morning.

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What can we do? I listened more our of sense of ‘duty’ to complete the series rather than of enjoyment or engagement. Lists with This Book. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

But how on earth does Livia put up with the man???? This crime novel does not start with a murder but rather with a series of complicated burglaries which Catarella pronounces “buggeries”. Not the why of it, mind you, but trust me – if you nadrea carefully, it’s dorriso there metaphorically speaking. In all, this episode ranks among the middle of the earlier novels in the series – a big step up from its recent predecessors.

Quotes from Il sorriso di Ang Not sure why, but this latest book didn’t capture my interest. As is usual we hear about the troubled relationship between Montalbano and his girlfriend who lives on the mainland and occasionally flies in to have yet another argument with him.


One of the victims Angelica Cosulich is a beautiful woman who manages to dazzle Montalabano and make him feel young once again. I made the huge mistake of going to Sartarelli’s notes in the back re the poem Orlando Furioso a natural inclinationand twigged the entire plot all at once.

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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. And then there’s this: All in all a disappointing read. To me, this makes much more sense than a “case closed” sort of ending. We are treated to Montalabano at his best; contemptuous of his colleagues and Italian bureaucracy and plagued by bumbling Catarella, but dogged and determined to investigate the crimes while falling in lust with the beautiful Angelica Cosulich a victim of one of the crimes.

He’s still with long-time girlfriend Livia, and as the story opens, she is at Marinella with him for a few days. We learn in this book that the main character, Angelica, keeps a love nest let’s say for just such individuals in rural Sicily as opposed to say, Rome or Florence.

Don’t let your eyes wander to women who by all rights would not be interested in you if it wasn’t for the fact you’re an Inspector. I adore his fast plot, quick dialogue style.