The Dance of the Seagull

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A young Don Juan is found murdered in front of his apartment building early one morning, and an elderly couple is reported missing after an excursion to the ancient site of Tindari - two seemingly unrelated cases for Inspector Montalbano to solve amid the daily complications of life at Vigata police headquarters. But when Montalbano discovers that the couple and the murdered young man lived in the same building, his investigation stumbles onto Sicily's brutal New Mafia, which leads him down a path more evil and more far-reaching than any he has been down before.

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User Review  - mysterymax - LibraryThing

Montalbano sees a seagull do an odd dance before dropping dead on the sand outside his house. The image, burned on his mind, actually helps him find a vital clue at the end. In this one, Fazio is ... Read full review

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law-enforcement, sicily, attempted-murder, murder, murder-investigation, smuggling, situational-humor, verbal-humor If you've read any of the Montalbano books you know that the men of the station are ... Read full review

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About the author (2013)

Andrea Camilleri is the bestselling author of the popular Inspector Montalbano mystery series, as well as historical novels that take place in nineteenth-century Sicily. His books have been made into Italian television shows and have been translated into seven languages. He lives in Rome.
Stephen Sartarelli is an award-winning translator and the author of three books of poetry.

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