Blood From A Stone

Blood From A Stone

eBook - 2005
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In a mystery that offers an unexpected take on life in contemporary Venice, Commissario Guido Brunetti plunges into the Venetian underworld of illegal African immigrants as he investigates after a street vendor is killed in a scuffle.
Publisher: New York : Atlantic Monthly Press, [2005]
Edition: First American edition
Characteristics: data file
1 online resource (276 pages)

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maipenrai
Dec 09, 2016

(Book 14 in the Guido Brunetti series)

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DorisWaggoner
Sep 11, 2014

"illegal aliens," presumably Senegalese, sell fake handbags on the street; when one of them is killed gangland style, Brunetti gets involved. His daughter's racist comment causes a family crisis that makes him think, as he tries to solve the crime that his boss removes from his jurisdiction (and takes away the records). Brunetti and Vianelli can't leave well enough alone, and keep pursuing the mystery, which gets more complex. The ending is indeed strange to Western eyes, but Brunetti is wise enough to understand it and accept it. I liked that ending to a very disturbing situation.

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pokano
Oct 27, 2010

I was OK with this book until the last few pages where the plot took such an unexpected turn that I found it unbelievable. That said, the characterizations of the Brunetti family remain very good.

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