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The Snack Thief - Andrea CamilleriA good read but not his best (607 words)
by mouche202 - written on 29/07/09 (Very useful, 37 readings)
I discovered Andrea Camilleri and his Inspector Montalbano at a reading group last year and I have been trying to read all his novels in sequence. I was getting through them (and enjoying them thoroughly) until the middle of The Snack Thief when I abruptly hit a wall and couldn t finish it. I tried twice after that but I always got stuck at the same point. I generally read three books simultaneously - one is kept in the loo, one at my bedside and one in my work bag to read on my commute to and from work. This one was my bedside read and I seemed to fall asleep everytime I thought about picking it up! Two days ago I put it in my work bag and hey presto - I devoured it in ...
Excursion to Tindari - Andrea CamilleriSicilian adventure (824 words)
by sunmeilan - written on 16/08/07 (Very useful, 132 readings)
of European crime fiction over the last five years, which has given me the opportunity to read a selection of work that I wouldn t usually be able to understand. Andrea Camilleri is one of the better known authors to have hit Britain s bookshops, with works such as The Shape of Water and The Terracotta Dog. Based in a small town in Sicily, the books are full of the colourful flavour of the area - including the less wholesome side. Salvo Montalbano is the chief of a small team of detectives, amongst whom he commands great respect. He is a typical detective in that he is a bit of a loner, but he does have a more human side than some - he does at least have a girlfriend, ...