A Walk in the Dark

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Bitter Lemon Press, Mar 15, 2011 - Fiction - 218 pages
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When no lawyer accepts to represent Marina in her attempt to bring her boyfriend to trial for assault and battery, Guerrieri takes the case. No witnesses willing to testify and a hostile judge: just his kind of case. Doesn’t hurt that he’s attracted to Sister Maria, the young woman protecting Marina, who shares his love for martial arts.

 

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The success of veteran anti-Mafia prosecutor Carofiglio's second novel featuring attorney Guido Guerrieri (afterInvoluntary Witness ) should meet or exceed that of the first. The author not only ... Read full review

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Gianrico Carofiglio: Gianrico Carofiglio was an anti-Mafia prosecutor in Bari, a port on the coast of Puglia, for many years and is now a member of the Italian Senate. He has sold over 2.5 million books of the Guerrieri series in Italy alone.

Howard Curtis: Howard Curtis translates fiction from the Italian and the French. His work is much acclaimed and has won numerous prizes.

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