Death Of A Dutchman

Death Of A Dutchman

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There was enough trouble around to keep the police busy for months. All over Florence tourists were being robbed, cars stolen, and somewhere in the city terrorists were quietly at work. So the suicide of a Dutch jeweller looked like an open and shut case. Certainly there were some slight discrepancies. But the only witnesses were a blind man, and an old woman given to vicious lying. Yet the Marshal felt uneasy - it was all so conveniently simple...
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Product details

  • Paperback | 288 pages
  • 110 x 178 x 18mm | 155g
  • ARROW BOOKS LTD
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0
  • 0099489910
  • 9780099489917
  • 369,368

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"'The intrigue is absorbing, and the Florentine background brilliantly portrayed... We fans...are as fascinated by [Guarnaccia's] diet as by his deductions.'"
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'Wonderfully satisfying' * Daily Mail * 'A perfect example of crime-and-pleasure... so cunningly plotted that it is only at the end that you realise that not one strand of the intricate tapestry has been superfluous...' -- Antonia Fraser * Spectator * 'The intrigue is absorbing, and the Florentine background brilliantly portrayed... We fans...are as fascinated by [Guarnaccia's] diet as by his deductions.' * Evening Standard * 'Credible, classy and compelling, this is crime fiction at its best' * Sunday Times *
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About Magdalen Nabb

Magdalen Nabb was born in Lancashire in 1947. She has lived in Florence since 1975 and pursues a dual career as crime writer and children's author.
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317 ratings
3.58 out of 5 stars
5 15% (49)
4 39% (124)
3 36% (114)
2 8% (25)
1 2% (5)
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