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Through a Glass, Darkly by Donna Leon
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Mar 03, 12

Read from March 01 to 03, 2012

Okay - I really do like Brunetti but I'm getting tired of Ms. Leon's focus on "social issues" and what she perceives is the right side. This story focused on a man who's daughter suffered loss of oxygen during birth. However, in his quest to blame someone other than himself for demanding his wife do an at home labor, he inadvertently stumbles onto an environmentally bad situation at the glass factory where he works and becomes the murder/death victim in this story. At least I only had to read Paola's take on it for a few pages but Leon is quickly bringing Vianello and Elletra into the fold. . .

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