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When Montalbano comes to the aid of his new neighbour, Liliana Lombardo, after her car is interfered with, the inspector can little imagine where this will lead. It soon transpires that the young woman is being targeted by someone. But is Liliana’s growing interest in Montalbano simply a product of the detective’s innate charm? Or is she trying to lead him into trouble?

Meanwhile a bomb explodes outside an empty warehouse in Vigàta. But who was it intended for? As Montalbano and his colleagues investigate, they begin to receive a barrage of false clues. The inspector realises that he is being led into a hall of mirrors where there is danger at every turn and nothing is quite clear....

©2016 Andrea Camilleri (P)2016 Oakhill Publishing

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  • Anonymous User
  • 17-09-2021

wrong narrator

Why not choose a narrator who can read aloud an Italian/Sicilian accent? This was awful. I listened to half the first chapter & deleted it. Terrible

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  • Paul
  • 19-08-2017

Great story but irritating false accent.

Brilliant Story but false Italian accent is very irritating. Either use authentic accent or probably better to use straight English and get the mood and emotion of the voice right for the plot.

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  • Liz
  • 12-08-2020

Dick Francis meets Allo Allo

I read this for my bookclub. Reasonable plot. Characters are very 1 dimensional. The femme fatale floats around in skimpy dresses showing off "her globes". The detective team are Montalbano (eats a lot, argues with people), Fazzio (the logical one), Mimi (woman chaser), Catarella (strange dialect) - repeat the same stuff chapter after chapter. A plot led book with slapstick.

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  • andrew
  • 14-01-2019

every bit as enjoyable as I was hoping

I enjoyed the whole package, good storyline, well narrated, captured the Italian flavor, imaginative plot

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  • mgn
  • 03-04-2017

Another fabulous story

Camilleri is a wonderful story teller. The story holds you in its grip but without stress or tension. The reference to delicious Italian food and scenery is a delight to be enjoyed alongside The 'Who dun it'.

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