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Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediatelyespecially if potentially libelous or harmful. It started so well, grabbing and pulling me in but, so suddenly, it shifted track and lost its focus. Preview — Almost Blue by Carlo Lucarelli. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. The problem was that i didn’t like the way in which catlo was written: Read more Read less.
Translated from the Italian, that might explain some of the terrible sentence structures and pointless lines, but not all of them. Attraverso l’uso dell Lettura molto deludente. Jan 27, Procyon Lotor rated it really liked it Shelves: Ma con la descrizione di Grazia si raggiunge il picco della delusione.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Almost Blue plays with sensory perceptions, especially hearing. City Lights Publishers Availability: Lettura scorrevole e coinvolgente. A serial killer is terrorising the people of Bologna and rookie Detective Inspector Grazia Negro is determined to solve the case.
To view it, click here. It has taken the Italian police sometime to reach the conclusion that six murders are connected, but the elite forensic science unit that has made the connection is luarelli the scene in the persona of Inspector Grazia Negro.
Almost Blue (Inspector Negro, book 1) by Carlo Lucarelli
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It is Simone who holds the key to the serial killer’s identity and it is Simone who eventually becomes the killer’s obsession and target. What made me put this book down was the incredibly short chapters, switching back and forth from Grazia to the killer to Simone. She only has one witness who almlst identify the killer lucareloi and he is blind.
The helplessness of the blind, as well as the heightened acuity of Simone’s hearing perception are also well used.
The author luczrelli through the eyes of the protagonists, placing the reader right in the action. An exquisitely plotted and unique psychological thriller. NovelistJournalistScreenwriterTelevision presenter.
Rookie female detective Grazia Negro is determined to solve the case. I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? Almost Blue by Carlo Lucarelli. Inspector De Luca novels. Grazia is a great lead investigator although why why why the author chose to make her pre-menstrual is beyond me, did he want to ramp up the blood quotient even further?
The killer is tagged with the Iguana moniker for his practice of shedding his identity with each new victim. Hello, is Europa Editions listening?
Dec 15, NonnaBaigia rated it it was amazing. Le tre linee narrative sono legate ai tre protagonisti del libro: Together Simone and Negro are the only people able to stop him. What is remarkable about “Almost Blue” is that center of the story is Simone, a young blind man who navigates the world by smell and characterizes his experiences according to colors he has never seen. He likes to imagine what people are like – based on the tone and ‘colour’ of their voice – and his acute hearing sets alarm bells ringing upon hearing the voice of the killer.
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Together with Marcello Fois and Loriano Macchiavelli he founded “Gruppo 13”, a collective of crime-writers in the region Emilia-Romagna. Hanno una voce, i colori, un suono come tutte le cwrlo. See 2 questions about Almost Blue…. The Broker John Grisham.
Buy the selected items together This item: Rookie female detective Grazia Negro is determined to solve the case. Carlo Lucarelli is one of Italy’s best crime writers and “Almost Blue” certainly adds to his reputation lucarekli a thoughtful and creative author.
The only witness is a blind man, Simone, who eavesdrops on the city with scanners.