sabato 28 marzo 2009


In this fiendishly crooked novel of psychological suspense, Italian Police commissioner Aurelio Zen is dispatched to investigate the kidnapping of Ruggiero Miletti, a powerful Perugian industrialist. But nobody much wants Zen to succeed: not the local authorities, who view him as an interloper. And certainly not Miletti's children, who seem content to let the head of the family languish in the hands of his abductors-if he's still alive.
Was Miletti truly the victim of professionals? Or might his kidnapper be someone closer to home?
Michael Dibdin gives us one of his most accomplished thrillers, a chilling masterpiece of police procedure and psychological suspense.

peso gr.200 pagg. 294
libro in buono stato - copertina morbida
Editore Bantam Books

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