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The Innocent by Magdalen Nabb
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Apr 20, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: mystery

Nabb changes pace with this Marshal Guarnaccia story, the 13th in the series. She returns to a more conventional style of storytelling in this account of the investigation of the murder of a Japanese young woman who is an apprentice to a world-famous shoe craftsman.[return][return]While the plot is very good, what makes this book truly interesting is the Marshal himself. Over the last few books, including Some Bitter Taste and Property of Blood and now The Innocent, Guarnaccia's emotional involvement with his children has evolved. While as far as the story is concerned, he is still too busy to take as active a part in his family life as he would like, his worry about his children, especially the young one, Tot

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