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17%OFFChiara, Piero - The Disappearance of Signora Giulia (Pushkin Vertigo) - 9781782271048 - V9781782271048
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The Disappearance of Signora Giulia (Pushkin Vertigo)

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Description for The Disappearance of Signora Giulia (Pushkin Vertigo) Paperback. Translator(s): Foulston, Jill. Num Pages: 128 pages. BIC Classification: FFC; FYT. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). Dimension: 199 x 130 x 12. Weight in Grams: 116.
Every Thursday for three years, Signora Giulia takes the train to Milan to visit her daughter. But one Thursday she simply disappears. And the case is left in your hands. You're a born detective, but you have so many unanswered questions - how can a young, beautiful high society woman just vanish into thin air? Why does her husband - a prominent criminal lawyer and much older man - know nothing about it? And who was she really visiting during those trips to Milan? For Detective Sciancalepre, the mystery is darker and more tangled than he imagined. Shadows are ... Read more

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About Chiara, Piero
Born in 1913, in a town on the shores of Lake Maggiore in Northern Italy, Piero Chiara worked as a court employee until the outbreak of Word War Two. When the Fascist authorities issued a warrant for his arrest in 1944 he fled to Switzerland, where his first work of literature, a collection of poetry entitled Incantavi, was published in ... Read more

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The suspense carries over to the last page. Prepare for a surprise Daily Mail A light and bright read for those tired with the thud and blunder school of crime writing Crime Review The sort of story that Sherlock Holmes might have narrated after a bit too much opium Shiny New Books Chiara saves his most original touch until last, ... Read more

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