Blood Curse (Commissario Ricciardi 2) Paperback – 9 May 2013
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This seemingly fantastic premise allows author Maurizio de Giovanni to take his mystery novels in new and unusual directions, while instantly involving the reader in the murder investigation. As the author explores, first, a victim and his/her life, and then the lives of the various suspects, he develops a character-based plot quite different from traditional noir mysteries in which more intricate plots develop from complex external events, often with sociopolitical roots. While novel has plenty of action and a full complement of bloody scenes, the plot here develops more from the complexities of his characters and their personal interactions, than from larger, external crises.Read more ›
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Wonderful character brilliant portrayal good story. Ricciardi is addictive so I recommend all the novels. But I preferred I will have vengeance to blood curse. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
The Ricciardi novels are among the finest being produced anywhere in the world. Evocative and otherworldly, the leading two characters, a gifted odd couple, are compelling. Read morePublished 18 months ago by pj
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