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Through a Glass, Darkly by Donna Leon
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Jun 05, 2007

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bookshelves: read2007, venice_lit, mystery
Read in May, 2007

It's spring in Venice and we get to follow Brunetti to the island of Murano to investigate death threats. Environmental issues, the art of politics and a lead character that is just interesting and wonderful. You follow Brunetti thru Venice, have a late lunch with him at a trattoria, watch him play dumb with his boss, Patta and be a wonderful husband and dad. Leon rarely disappoint and doesn't with this novel.

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