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by Maclehose Press, 28 June 2018. ISBN: 978-0-85705-613-9 (TPB)
and Commissario Soneri has two small mysteries on hand: a ringing telephone
which nobody has reported lost, and a patient with senile dementia who has
apparently wandered off from a secure hospital.
complicated Italian Police Procedural delves into the corrupt heart of Parma,
with bribery, drugs, intimidation and links with the camorra spreading from small businessman level up to the Mayor and
city council. The mournful Soneri spends a lot of the book discussing ways in
which the police and judiciary can counter corruption at such a universal
level, and has several meetings with Ugolini, the spider at the heart of the web.
The intricate links between players are gradually uncovered, and the ‘lizard
slow-moving Italian PP about city corruption.
been the Parma correspondent for La Stampa and La Repubblica. Gold,
Frankincense and Dust is the third in a series of thrillers featuring
Marsali Taylor grew up
near Edinburgh, and came to Shetland as a newly-qualified teacher. She is
currently a part-time teacher on Shetland's scenic west side, living with her
husband and two Shetland ponies. Marsali is a qualified STGA tourist-guide who is
fascinated by history, and has published plays in Shetland's distinctive
dialect, as well as a history of women's suffrage in Shetland. She's also a
keen sailor who enjoys exploring in her own 8m yacht, and an active member of
her local drama group.Marsali also does
a regular monthly column for the Mystery People e-zine.