Via Delle Oche

Via Delle Oche

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There has been a murder on Via delle Oche, the Bologna street at the center the city's notorious red light district. As always, De Luca is unwilling to look the other way when the evidence points to certain local politicians and members of the upper echelons of the Bologna police. A nation's fate is soon to be decided in bitterly contested elections; once again, the brutal worlds of crime and politics collude and collide, creating an atmosphere that becomes more volatile with each passing day.
Publisher: New York : Europa Editions, [2008], ©2008
ISBN: 9781933372532
Branch Call Number: FICTION Luc
Description: 156 pages ; 21 cm


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SB2000 Apr 13, 2012

The triumphant third installment to Carlo Lucarelli's trilogy about an ex-fascist police detective, Commissario De Luca. It seems that our protagonist has steered himself through the treacherous shoals of the purge of the now defunct fascist state. However, murder and politics are not done with De Luca. There is a final case to solve. In the midst of highly pressurized constitutional elections, as italy prepares to distance herself from the immediate past, turning over too many rocks carries many risks. What is Italy's (or any society's) interest in truth? What is the price we are willing to pay for it?


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