Midnight in Sicily

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Harvill Press, 1999 - Italy - 323 pages
Constructed around the mafia trial of Giulio Andreotti in 1995, this narrative combines a history of the Cosa Nostra with travel writing, accounts of Italian life and Sicilian food. It also presents portraits of the many people involved in the trial.

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User Review  - theonearmedcrab - LibraryThing

The one book about Sicily I read, during a short trip, is “Midnight in Sicily” (1996), written by Peter Robb. Although the book is advertised by its sub-title, on arts, food, history, travel & Cosa ... Read full review

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User Review  - Bruce_McNair - LibraryThing

This book tells the story of modern Sicily from its liberation in WW2 to the mid 1990s. Prior to this period, the Mafia, or Cosa Nostra, had existed as another layer of society between the people and ... Read full review

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