After sitting in the car on the hill for about ten minutes, Montalbano realized this was a big mistake. Because he didn't think at all about the investigation, the burglars, or Mr. Z. He thought about Angelica ...What had he done? When members of Vigata's elite are targeted in a series of perfectly executed burglaries, Inspector Montalbano reluctantly takes the case. It soon becomes clear however that more links these privileged few than simply their lost possessions ...It isn't long too before Montalbano finds himself taken with one of the victims, the captivatingly beautiful young Angelica. But as the detective's attraction grows - until he can think of little else - a series of strange, anonymous letters claiming responsibility for the thefts begin to arrive ...With the allure of Angelica beginning to consume him and his relationship with Livia under threat, Montalbano must focus his mind to solve this perplexing investigation before events spiral out of all control...
The best foreign crime fiction writing is as much to be found in the idiomatic prose of the field as it is in the exotic settings to which we are taken. Both of these elements are delivered with panache by Andrea Camilleri. We’re in the company of Camilleri’s wily Sicilian copper (with his unshakeable love of gourmet Italian cuisine and impatience with his quirky colleagues; and, of course, in Commissario Montalbano’s stamping ground – the exquisite, sleepy territory of Vigàta. Angelica’s Smile is quite as accomplished as any of its predecessors, and the veteran writer’s fans need not hesitate.
Publication date: 18/06/2015
Publisher: Picador an imprint of Pan Macmillan
|Publication date:||18th June 2015|
|Publisher:||Picador an imprint of Pan Macmillan|
|Genres:||Crime / Mystery, eBook Favourites,|
|Categories:||Crime & mystery, Thriller / suspense, Fiction in translation,|
Andrea Camilleri is one of Italy’s most famous contemporary writers. His Montalbano series has been adapted for Italian television and translated into nine languages. He lives in Rome. His Inspector Salvo Montalbano has garnered millions of fans worldwide with his sardonic, engaging take on Sicilian small-town life and his genius for deciphering the most enigmatic of crimes. Both farcical and endearing, Montalbano is a cross between Columbo and Chandler’s Philip Marlowe, with the added culinary idiosyncrasies of an Italian Maigret’ and if you like authors such as Alexander McCall Smith, Donna Leon and Michael ...More About Andrea Camilleri