Category Archives: Nadia Dalbuono

Books of the month: April 2015

Pick of the month The good thing about having completed only a paltry 4 books for the month is that it made picking a favourite pretty easy, though I think Jørn Lier Horst’s THE HUNTING DOGS would have made the … Continue reading

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Review: THE FEW by Nadia Dalbuono

THE FEW opens with a Roman detective being asked to look into the death of a young man. He’s not officially assigned to the investigation but the request is on behalf of someone important so Detective Leone Scamarcio inserts himself … Continue reading

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