A Florentine Death by Michele Giuttari

A Florentine Death

Michele Giuttari

A most enjoyable Italian police procedural with plenty of chills as Police Chief Michele Ferrara must stop a serial killer before the killer gets to him. Written by a real-life police chief and it shows.

'And nothing from the shopkeepers?'
'Nothing at all. Nobody saw the killer, although the street's full of people even that early in the morning. We questioned the owner of the shop, a man named Antonio Salustri, but he couldn't tell us anything either. According to him, Alfredo Lupi was extremely loyal, totally professional, and he trusted him completely. But that's it. Nobody saw anything. Or nobody wants to talk.,
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