A Question of Belief is a suspense and mystery novel in the Commissario Brunetti Mysteries series by author Donna Leon. The content of the book deals with corruption, bureaucracy and the sweltering summer heat in Venice. When planning a mountain trip to the mountains with his family, he learned of a local court case – hardly seen as a productive model being put on hold for the benefit of the parties. Innovative new trick to corrupt the system but what can Brunetti do with it. It looks like he might be able to escape, each shocking violent crime forcing him to stay in Venice.
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01- The narrator perfectly captures the lifestyle in sunny Venice. Avvocato’s robes, hanging over his arms as he leaned toward the window, trying to get some air at the end of the trial, the interior of the tramezzini restaurant, the wine racks in the courtyard by Venezia palazzo.
This book is like taking a trip reminiscent of Venice. It’s a real trip that will feel the daily life of local people.
02- When Brunetti and all of Venice suffered from the heat of summer. Before Brunetti can take the family on vacation, a murder is announced quoting Miss Marple. Inspector Vianello’s aunt is confused with the quack horoscope, a justice system that continues to be devastating and unjust as some judges become suspicious, the murder of the center widening. Leon addresses important social issues such as the environment, illegal immigration, government corruption, and the country’s finances.
03- Donna Leon is a very good and interesting writer. Brunetti’s book is more than just a police detective story.
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