By Its Cover: (Brunetti 23) Paperback – 12 Mar 2015
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"The multiple award-winning Leon has lost none of her talent for weaving intrigue, and the atmosphere of Venice is as beguiling as ever." (Living North)
"Leon's command of the baroque Italian thriller is second to none." (Good Book Guide)
"An excellent entry in the Brunetti series … There are few detectives with whom I enjoy spending time more and I must now endure the long wait for Leon’s next book." (2606 Books)
The 23rd installment in the brilliant Brunetti series from The Sunday Times bestselling author, Donna Leon.See all Product description
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I'll come back later to review "Beastly Things", Brunetti 21, which I rate among my Top 5 Brunetti novels, The truth is, that I don't appreciate "By its Cover" at...Read more
Have read many of these books set in Venice and it was nice to revisit, however it seemed incomplete just getting into the story and the feel of being back in Venice and it just...Read more
Excellent condition - hope it is as good a read as her earlier books to which my husband is addicted.
Commissario Guido Brunetti is called to a library in Venice. Someone has been stealing valuable books.Read more
Disappointing ending, the story itself was reasonably interesting, a bit pedantic as some of them are, but the ending was absolute rubbish, it was as if the author had just had...Read more
I think this is one of Donna Leon's that I have enjoyed most. Very clever twist at the end...as ever.