Category Archives: Gianrico Carofiglio

Books of the month: August 2017

I skipped my monthly roundup for June and July because I hardly read a word due to real life shenanigans. That those shenanigans were resolved via me resigning from my job with a shred of dignity left has some downsides (no … Continue reading

Posted in Adrian McKinty, Ann Turner (Aus), books of the month, Denise Mina, Elly Griffiths, Gianrico Carofiglio, Michael Robotham (Aus), Shari Lapena, Sue Grafton, Sulari Gentill (Aus), Vaseem Khan | 15 Comments

Review: INVOLUNTARY WITNESS by Gianrico Carofiglio

I’ve read the second and fourth books in the series focusing on Bari lawyer Guido Guerrieri already, but on reviewing my Audible library recently I discovered the first instalment has been awaiting my ears for several years. It is an … Continue reading

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Books of the Month – September 2011

After a bit of a slump during August I seemed to find my reading mojo again in September, getting through a reasonable number of books and, more importantly, finding many of them to be outstanding. In the end I gave … Continue reading

Posted in Arne Dahl, Asa Larsson, books of the month, Catherine O'Flynn, Christopher Currie (Aus), Garry Disher (Aus), Gianrico Carofiglio, Gordon W. Dale, Helen Fitzgerald (Aus), Helene Tursten, list, Rosamund Lupton, Stef Penney, Unity Dow | 9 Comments

Review: A Walk in the Dark by Gianrico Carofiglio

In Bari in Southern Italy we meet Guido Guerrieri; a forty-something lawyer with a non live-in girlfriend and an introspective approach to life. A policeman friend of Guerrieri’s calls on him one day and brings with him a nun with … Continue reading

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