Por La Boca Muere El Pez

Por La Boca Muere El Pez

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Deputy Salvo Montalbano and Inspector Grazia Negro form an alliance to solve a lurid murder committed in Bologna: the victim is found on the floor, wearing only one shoe and with his head trapped inside a plastic bag. Next to the victim lie the bodies of three red fish. The strange case is assigned to Inspector Negro, who asks her colleague Montalbano in Sicily for help when she discovers that the victim was from his very own hometown. The case piques Montalbano's curiosity, but he quickly senses that there is something truly sinister behind the murder. Written by two Italian masters of the genre, this thrilling mystery will captivate fans of the noir novel. "El comisario Salvo Montalbano y la inspectora Grazia Negro forman una alianza para resolver"" un escabroso asesinato cometido en Bolonia: la victima la encuentran en el suelo con un solo zapato y la cabeza atrapada en una bolsa de plastico. Junto a la victima yacen los cuerpos de tres peces rojos. El extrano caso es asignado a la inspectora Negro, quien le pide ayuda a su colega Montalbano en Sicilia cuando descubre que el muerto era paisano suyo. El caso despierta la curiosidad de Montalbano, pero este rapidamente intuye que hay algo realmente tenebroso tras el asesinato. Escrito por dos de los maestros italianos del genero, este emocionante misterio cautivara a los aficionados de la novela negra."show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 114 pages
  • 138 x 218 x 10mm | 181.44g
  • Global Rhythm Press
  • United States
  • English, Spanish
  • New edition
  • 8493667897
  • 9788493667894
  • 2,003,563

About Carlo Lucarelli

Carlo Lucarelli is an Italian author, journalist, musician, playwright, and screenwriter. Together with Marcello Fois and Loriano Macchiavelli, he founded a collective of crime writers in the region of Emilia-Romagna in Italy. He is the author of more than 20 novels, including "Almost Blue," "The Damned Season," and "Day after Day." Andrea Camilleri is an Italian author, director, poet, screenwriter, and short story writer. He is the author of more than 15 novels, including "Excursion to Tindari," "The Potter's Field," and "The Shape of Water."show more

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Deputy Salvo Montalbano and Inspector Grazia Negro form an alliance to solve a lurid murder...show more

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