Death of a Dutchman
- Paperback | 216 pages
- 128 x 193 x 15mm | 186g
- 04 Dec 2007
- Soho Crime
- New York, NY, United States
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"This elegant series, which began in 1981 with Death of an Englishman . . . is set in Florence, a city that glows in the Tuscan sun . . . [His] sense of estrangement accounts for Guarnaccia's special perspective on strangers, those 'innocents' among the living and the dead."
--The New York Times Book Review "The richest mystery here, however, is Florence itself, whose intricate politics and class structure Nabb parses with precision and wit."
--Washington Post Book World "Crime fiction at its best."
--Sunday Times "Lean, elegant prose that surpasses the best of Simenon, along with a puckish view of the Florentines from Guarnaccia's Sicilian perspective."
--Kirkus Reviews "Great local atmosphere and rich characterizations."
--Publishers Weekly "A superb series . . . [Marshal Guarnaccia is] a working-man's Maigret."
--Booklist "Guarnaccia's Florence is a delightful place to visit."
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