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Maurizio de Giovanni

Everyone in Their Place: The Summer of Commissario Ricciardi

Maurizio de Giovanni

Everyone in Their Place: The Summer of Commissario Ricciardi

2013, pp. 272, e-Book
ISBN: 9781609451578
Translated by: Antony Shugaar
Region: Italy
Book collection: World Noir
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The book

Book three in the Commissario Ricciardi series. Naples 1931. Together with his indefatigable partner, Brigadier Maione, Ricciardi, a man driven into solitude by his paranormal “gift” of seeing the final seconds in the lives of victims of violent deaths—a talent that also makes him a highly effective investigator—is conducting an investigation into the death of the beautiful and mysterious Duchess of Camparino, whose connections to privileged Neapolitan social circles and the local fascist elite make the case a powder keg waiting to explode.

The author

Maurizio de Giovanni
Maurizio de Giovanni lives and works in Naples. In 2005, he won a writing competition for unpublished authors with a short story set in the thirties about Commissario Ricciardi, which was then turned into the first novel of the series. His books have been successfully translated into French, Spanish and German, and are now available in English for the first time.

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