Camilleri, best known for his Inspector Montalbano series, presents the charming Judge Surra who moves to a small Sicilian town in the late nineteenth century. He does not quite understand the quirky welcoming gifts from the locals, but nothing stands in the way of his quest for justice - and pastries. Lucarelli brings us a far darker story. Judge Valentina Lorenzi - La Bambina - is so young and inexperienced she hardly merits a bodyguard. But when she barely survives an assassin's bullet, her black-and-white world of crime and punishment turns a deathly shade of grey. In The Triple Dream of the Prosecutor, De Cataldo, a judge himself, crafts a Kafkaesque tale of a lifelong feud between Prosecutor Mandati and the corrupt Mayor of Novere. When the mayor narrowly escapes a series of bizarre assassination attempts, Mandati begins to realise that all his dreams may just be coming true. From Italy's premiere crime authors, three novellas from every tradition of crime writing.
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Andrea Camilleri is one of Italy's best-loved and most successful authors. The Potter's Field was the winner of the 2012 International Dagger. Carlo Lucarelli was co-founder of the 'Gruppo 13' writers' collective, and now teaches at Alessandro Baricco's Holden School in Turin, as well as at Padova's maximum-security prison. Giancarlo De Cataldo is an Italian magistrate turned crime writer. He is the editor of Crimini, the Bitter Lemon book of Italian Crime Fiction.Review:
'For sunny views, explosive characters and a snappy plot constructed with great farcical ingenuity, the writer you want is Andrea Camilleri' New York Times. * New York Times * 'The real Sicily lives in Camilleri's pages - its smells, its tastes ... and, above all, its language. Sicily, in turn, is proud of him' Guardian. * Guardian *
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