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Donna Leon - Guido Brunetti series in order | WaterstonesCommissario Brunetti Series. Book 1. Death at La Fenice by Donna Leon. There is little violent crime in Venice, a… More. Want to Read. Shelving menu.
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He is a commissario detective superintendent in the Italian State Police , stationed in Venice and a native of that city. Brunetti is the subject of as of 27 novels: He is also the subject of a German TV film series based on these novels. Brunetti is described by Leon in her first novel, Death at La Fenice as "a surprisingly neat man, tie carefully knotted, hair shorter than was the fashion; even his ears lay close to his head, as if reluctant to call attention to themselves.
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Some recurring characters from the Brunetti novels. Shelve Acqua Alta. But once Brunetti begins investigating this unfamiliar Venetian underworld, he discovers that matters of great value are at stake in the immigrant oredr. When several valuable antiquarian books go missing from a prestigious library in the heart of Venice, Commissario Brunetti is immediately called to the scene.Shelve The Temptation of Forgiveness. Retrieved September 27, Raffaele 16 and Chiara, New Jers. She grew up in Bloomfield.
By Its Cover. Then something very incriminating is discovered in the dead man's flat - something which points to the existence of a high-level cabal - and Brunetti becomes convinced that somebody, somewhere. Suffer the Little Children.
Publication Order of Guido Brunetti Non-Fiction Books
At a dinner party given by his parents-in-law, the wife of a prosperous Venetian businessman, the free encyclopedia. From Wikipedia. Need to do a bit of catching up!. Hufvudstadsbladet in Swedish. The Anonymous Venetian.
Since his debut over twenty-five years ago in Death At La Fenice , Brunetti has investigated a new crime in Venice each year, from corruption to mafia, real estate to trade art, collecting millions of fans around the world in that time. Death at la Fenice. Even the celebrated opera house, La Fenice, has seen its share of death — but none so horrific and violent as that of world-famous conductor, Maestro Helmut Wellauer, who was poisoned during a performance of La Traviata. Even Commissario of Police, Guido Brunetti, used to the labyrinthine corruptions of the city, is shocked at the number of enemies Wellauer has made on his way to the top — but just how many have motive enough for murder? Death in a Strange Country.
Shelve Suffer the Little Children! It seems that discrepancies have been occurring at the Courthouse involving a judge and an usher with a flawless track record! In order to keep his friend out of danger, Brunetti must enter the psyche of an obsessive fan and find the culprit before anyone comes to harm. And how is it that Franca Marinello is involved.
Let us know - insprctor continually adding new authors and characters daily. A Venetian Reckoning! With the help of Inspector Vianello and the ever-resourceful Signorina Elettra, perhaps Brunetti can get to the truth and find some measure of solace! It appears his aunt has become obsessed with horoscopes and has been withdrawing large amounts of money from the family business.Italian Mysteries! Elizabeth MacDonald says. Shelve Beastly Things. Even the celebrated opera house, La Fe.
Through A Glass Darkly. Jn Death at La Fenice, Flavia Petrelli - then a suspect in the poisoning of a renowned German conductor, to a family still grieving for its abducted son. Shelve Drawing Conclusions. It leads Brunetti right to the heart of aristocratic Venice!