A Time of Mourning
Christobel Kent (Trinity Hall, 1981)
When a young English girl goes missing from among Florence's hard-drinking, high-living community of foreign art students, at first ex-policeman, good husband and newly private detective Sandro Cellini is unwilling to see any connection with his investigation of the suicide of an elderly Jewish architect.
But as he looks more closely into the circumstances of Claudio Gentileschi's death the connections between the cases multiply, and Sandro's first case turns out to be darker and more complex than he could have imagined.
Publication date: 18 May 2010
Added: 5 August 2010
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