Everyone in their Place by Maurizio De Giovanni

Everyone in their Place

Maurizio De Giovanni

Thoroughly recommended as a great read for anyone who enjoys: Italian police procedurals, a background of Fascist Naples, a compelling love story, OR a sympathetic hero with limited psychic powers.

Extract

... 'You may not believe it, Commissario, but it's possible to see the dead again.'
Ricciardi grimaced.
'And who says I don't believe it, Father? No one knows better than I do that the dead don't vanish, that they leave a visible trace of their sorrow and pain. It's to provide solace for that grief that we exist. We and the law.'

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