About Face – Commissario Brunetti Mysteries Book 18

About Face is a horror and mystery novel in the series Commissario Brunetti Mysteries by author Donna Leon. Content about polluted water in a canal in Venice, environmental concerns became important in the work of Commissario Guido Brunetti as an investigator from Carabiniere. Commissario Guido Brunetti investigates illegal garbage transport – ask for a favor.

Investigators aren’t the only ones with special requests. Brunetti’s father-in-law needs help and a mysterious woman appears in the photo. Commissario realizes he’s on a murder and corruption investigation more dangerous than anything he’s seen before.

Here are some comments from readers to better understand this good audiobooks:

01- The book is fast-paced and not just a detective mystery.. Leon’s detective Guido solved the case, giving a perspective on Italian life, specifically Venice. Time spent with Guido’s family with sharp dialogue with his wife, a jewel, children and wife. The storytellers are the best and the listeners love this great book.

02- The nuances of interaction between characters of different social classes, the degree of intimacy. The plot is engaging and action-packed, it appears shocking and touching. View of life presented on the human spirit in the world by Harry Bosch

03- Great story told by David Colacci. Great visuals in the series: strange-faced woman inside the metal structure containing the waste and steps of the Venetian casino.

04- This is a story about the life of a police commissioner who faces corruption and pettiness in the city he loves. A story about balancing tips towards justice, you can enjoy a few hours with the attentive, literate Guido Brunetti. Brunetti struggled to accept that his father-in-law could follow laws and ethics to accumulate wealth to help the Brunetti family lead a more comfortable life. Brunetti continues in her commissioner role continuing to work through the corruption and problems they face every day.

05- This is the mystery series Commissario Guido Brunetti by Donna Leon. This is a book that is more engaging and captivating than the previous books.
Brunetti meets the quintessential Italian beauty at dinner with her father-in-law, who, because of her knowledge of Cicero and Ovid, is curious about their pasts. Franca Marinello is married to a much richer Italian businessman and successful model. Franca Marinello visited Brunetti at his office, seeking help, she worried about her husband and the possibility of kidnapping. Brunetti meets an officer of the Carabinieri, who meets him in connection with the murder of a man who is pursued by police for illegal transport and organized crime. Leon’s murder mysteries could not be complete without many other murders.
Between the characters in the story there is an interaction with each other, between the police officer Brunetti, his family and the local gentry. What would he do if he had Faithful Inspector Vianello, the beautiful and wonderful Signorina Elettra, his wife Paola and children Raffi and Chiari, and his wife’s parents.

Brunetti is a man of integrity and Paola is a champion of injustice, especially towards the oppressed. Leon’s books are worth reading, as one begins to explore the depths of these characters and recognize relevant, socially significant issues. The Mysteries of the Mysteries of Donna Leon criticizes the social, economic and political systems of Italy.

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