By Fabio Bergamaschi
Il suo primo incarico riguarda l’assassinio di Laura Mattei, nota antiquaria della città, pugnalata con ferocia. Massimo viene coinvolto dall’avvocato che difende l’amante della donna, unico indagato del delitto. Durante le indagini incontra un vecchio compagno di scuola che, combinazione, risulta essere il commissario della questura che si occupa del caso. Tra i due amici si instaura un fitto intreccio di valutazioni investigative, pretesto di piacevoli cene in trattoria.
Nel corso di una visita a casa dell’indagato, Massimo rimane impressionato dalla bellezza di una Natura morta di Evaristo Baschenis che sta according to essere inviata a Milano consistent with un restauro. Con grande intuito capisce che il quadro è l’elemento chiave dal quale ripartire con le indagini consistent with risolvere il caso.
By Nadia Banaudi
A tutte spetta un lieto advantageous, perché almeno nei libri deve essere concesso fare bei sogni.
Una lettura capace di risvegliare emozioni salutari, di calmare dubbi e paure, lasciando il piacevole senso del bello della vita che troppo spesso sfugge.
By Alice N. York
Alex leads a completely contented lifestyles. In Sandro she has came across the suitable guy, and the hot task within the solar power turns out tailored for her.
Driven and skilled, she takes at the administration place: a thrilling video game that she performs to win. it isn't the paycheck that drives her, however the reputation, the confirmation; the personal smile that says: "Yes, I can".
In no time, Alex familiarizes herself with the know-how and establishes a fancy community of companions. constructing long term suggestions and innovational product rules, like solar-powered and robot-controlled greenhouses or self sustaining automobiles, is simply as inspiring for her as enforcing them essentially.
In addition, work journeys to globally working consumers supply Alex an perception into diversified cultures, taking her to attention-grabbing towns alongside the best way. The task is sort of a dream come real, and serves because the ideal supplement to her deepest existence.
Until her global is became the wrong way up.
Until the principles swap and the realm turns ruthless.
A daringly sincere depiction of existence behind the curtain at a know-how company.
By Lily Konrad
By Louise Gaylord
Julia left the lap of luxurious in top category ny to construct a existence she may name her personal. good on her technique to understanding her goals, the 1st night along with her fiancé’s renowned New Mexico kinfolk finds mysteries and people in simple terms result in doubts.
Reeling from encounters with a conniving lover from her fiance’s prior, the difficult habit of her potential brother-in-law’s kinfolk, and a power younger health professional who threatens the steadiness of her destiny, Julia unearths herself careening down a course that's taking her faraway from what she had planned.
Julia’s struggles to regain her stability, make feel of her truth, and reclaim her lifestyles turn into an emotional curler coaster experience from incredible begin to successful conclusion.
In "40 Miles North" the 3rd of the Fairchild kinfolk Novels, new mysteries seem and get to the bottom of, and the lacking items of outdated puzzles are eventually positioned into place.
By Leona Silberberg
By Lynne Robbins,Ana Williams
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By Anton Valentino
By Helen Hodgman,Danielle Wood
In Helen Hodgman’s dazzlingly written debut a tender lady is trapped in a small urban on an island on the finish of the world—by motherhood and an absent husband, by way of busybody in-laws and neighbours, through a colorless society but to throw off the shackles of its colonial earlier. A darkly humorous story of a crack-up in stultifying suburbia, Blue Skies marked the emergence of a different, acerbic voice in Australian fiction.
This version comprises an advent via the acclaimed Tasmanian writer Danielle wooden.
The clock continually acknowledged 3 within the afternoon, it doesn't matter what you probably did to it…No topic what you attempted, the day ran out then, and there has been not anything left to fill it with.
Helen Hodgman is the writer of the novels Blue Skies (1976), Jack and Jill (1978; winner of the Somerset Maugham Award), Broken Words (1988; winner of the Christina Stead Prize), Passing Remarks (1996), Waiting for Matindi (1998) and The undesirable Policeman (2001).
‘Singularly searing and cruel prose.’ Sunday Age
‘As clean, punchy and suitable now because it was once on its [first] release…A compelling vision.’ Australian
‘Scarily unforgettable.’ Peter Conrad
‘Strange and memorable.’ Eva Hornung
‘The very essence of Tasmanian gothic.’ Carmel Bird
‘Sensuous…Prickly as a sea urchin.’ Nicholas Shakespeare
‘A convincing research of a girl slowly wasting her mind.’ Sunday Herald
‘Elegantly written, atmospheric.’ Brenda Niall, Australian ebook Review
‘Has a masterpiece’s energy to please and discomfort.’ Sunday Tasmanian
‘Stylistically assured…Daring and persuasive in its depiction of a managed and vengeful anguish.’ Peter Pierce, Sydney Morning Herald
By Mila Gee