A Death in Tuscany - Michele Giuttari Reviews
Description:ISBN 0349120080 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Michele Giuttari / Paperback / 400 Pages / Book is published 2009-06-04 by Abacus
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A Death in Tuscany
Personal clashes with professional for Michele Ferrara in his sec ...
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This is Michele Giuttari's second novel and, in the opinion of some reviewers, a big improvement on his first attempts as an author, 'A Florentine Death.' Unfortunately I can't comment on this, as 'A Death in Tuscany' is the first I've read of his. What I can say is that this is both one of the best and one of the worst detective stories I've ever read, which makes it quite unique! The story is quite complicated, but it begins with the death of an adolescent girl to an apparent heroin overdose. While many assume she was an illegal immigrant working as a prostitute and that she brought about her own death, Ferrara, the main character, is suspicious and decides ... Read the complete review
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