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Il tavolo
Author: Alessandro Robecchi
Publisher: Sellerio Editore srl
ISBN: 8838934223
Pages: 50
Year: 2015-11-19T00:00:00+01:00
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Carlo Monterossi, l’eroe di Alessandro Robecchi, si trova in una posizione insolita per un investigatore benché divo della televisione, quella del truffato; e così prepara il «contropacco». Il racconto 'Il tavolo' (50 pagine) di Alessandro Robecchi è tratto dall'antologia 'Vacanze in giallo' (Sellerio 2014).
Questa non è una canzone d'amore
Author: Alessandro Robecchi
Publisher: Sellerio Editore srl
ISBN: 8838932212
Pages: 432
Year: 2014-04-10T00:00:00+02:00
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Il romanzo d’esordio di uno dei migliori giornalisti satirici italiani. Una storia irrefrenabile di delitti e scherzi del destino. Una vicenda sghemba, esilarante e nera, tra malavita male organizzata e zingari di cuore, autori di successo e televisione trash.
Dove sei stanotte
Author: Alessandro Robecchi
Publisher: Sellerio Editore srl
ISBN: 8838933596
Pages: 350
Year: 2015-03-26T00:00:00+01:00
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Ritorna Carlo Monterossi, il protagonista di Questa non è una canzone d’amore. Nella capitale morale d’Italia (ma sarà vero?) stanno per accadere grandi cose. Si abbatteranno sulla città con la violenza di un maremoto, e niente sarà più lo stesso. Una è il Salone del Mobile, e l’altra? «Robecchi scrive bene. Il voto è molto alto: 9» (Antonio D'Orrico, Corriere della Sera).
The Marks of Cain
Author: Tom Knox
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 110143290X
Pages: 464
Year: 2010-05-06
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An audacious and terrifying new thriller from the author of the international bestseller The Genesis Secret. When David Martinez receives an ancient map from his dying grandfather, he is led into the heart of the Basque mountains, where a genetic curse lies buried- and a frightening secret about the Western world is hidden. Meanwhile, London journalist Simon Quinn is investigating two violent murders. Both victims had once been interned in a top-secret Nazi camp-and both came from the Basque region. With The Marks of Cain, Tom Knox (The Lost Goddess) delivers on the promise of his astonishing debut novel, crafting a terrifying and even more ambitious thriller that delves into the shocking truth of what drives human beings to violence, genocide, and war.
The Lost Goddess
Author: Tom Knox
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101554347
Pages: 464
Year: 2012-02-02
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From the internationally bestselling author of The Genesis Secret-a seductive, exotic new thriller In the silent caves beneath France, young archaeologist Julia Kerrigan unearths an ancient skull-with a hole bored through the forehead. After she reveals her discovery, her mentor is brutally murdered. Deep in the jungles of Southeast Asia, photographer Jake Thurby is offered a mysterious assignment by a beautiful Cambodian lawyer who is investigating finds at the two-thousand-year-old Plain of Jars-finds that shadowy forces want kept secret. From the temples of Angkor Wat and the wild streets of Bangkok to the prehistoric caves in Western Europe, what links Jake's and Julia's discoveries is a strange, demonic woman whose unquenchable thirst for vengeance-and the horrors she seeks to avenge- are truly shocking. Readers have become enthralled by Knox's vivid blend of buccaneering modern adventure, gothic horror, and grand intellectual puzzles. The Lost Goddess is his most exciting novel to date.
Mucho Mojo
Author: Joe R. Lansdale
Publisher: Vintage Crime/Black Lizard
ISBN: 0307776484
Pages: 320
Year: 2010-10-27
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Mucho Mojo is the basis for the second season of the new Sundance TV series Hap and Leonard. Hap and Leonard return in this incredible, mad-dash thriller, loaded with crack addicts, a serial killer, and a body count. Leonard is still nursing the injuries he sustained in the duo's last wild undertaking when he learns that his Uncle Chester has passed. Hap is of course going to be there for his best friend, and when the two are cleaning up Uncle Chester's dilapidated house, they uncover a dark little secret beneath the house's rotting floor boards—a small skeleton buried in a trunk. Hap wants to call the police. Leonard, being a black man in east Texas, persuades him this is not a good idea, and together they set out to clear Chester's name on their own. The only things standing in their way is a houseful of felons, a vicious killer, and possibly themselves.
Honky Tonk Samurai
Author: Joe R. Lansdale
Publisher: Mulholland Books
ISBN: 031632938X
Pages: 352
Year: 2016-02-02
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NOW THE BASIS OF THE NEW SERIES ON SUNDANCETV. Only Hap and Leonard would catch a cold case with hot cars, hot women, and ugly skinheads. The story starts simply enough when Hap, a former 60s activist and self-proclaimed white trash rebel, and Leonard, a tough black, gay Vietnam vet and Republican with an addiction to Dr. Pepper, are working a freelance surveillance job in East Texas. The uneventful stakeout is coming to an end when the pair witness a man abusing his dog. Leonard takes matters into his own fists, and now the bruised dog abuser wants to press charges. One week later, a woman named Lilly Buckner drops by their new PI office with a proposition: find her missing granddaughter, or she'll turn in a video of Leonard beating the dog abuser. The pair agrees to take on the cold case and soon discover that the used car dealership where her granddaughter worked is actually a front for a prostitution ring. What began as a missing-person case becomes one of blackmail and murder. Filled with Lansdale's trademark whip-smart dialogue, relentless pacing, and unorthodox characters, Honky Tonk Samurai is a rambunctious thrill ride by one hell of a writer.
The Piranhas
Author: Roberto Saviano
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
ISBN: 0374717532
Pages: 368
Year: 2018-09-04
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In Gomorrah, a New York Times Book Review Notable Book of the Year, Roberto Saviano revealed a true, devastating portrait of Naples, Italy under the rule of the Camorra, a crime organization more powerful and violent than the Mafia. In The Piranhas, the international bestselling author returns to his home city with a novel of gang warfare and a young man’s dark desire to rise to the top of Naples’s underworld. Nicolas Fiorillo is a brilliant and ambitious fifteen-year-old from the slums of Naples, eager to make his mark and to acquire power and the money that comes with it. With nine friends, he sets out to create a new paranza, or gang. Together they roam the streets on their motorscooters, learning how to break into the network of small-time hoodlums that controls drug-dealing and petty crime in the city. They learn to cheat and to steal, to shoot semiautomatic pistols and AK-47s. Slowly they begin to wrest control of the neighborhoods from enemy gangs while making alliances with failing old bosses. Nicolas’s strategic brilliance is prodigious, and his cohorts’ rapid rise and envelopment in the ensuing maelstrom of violence and death is riveting and impossible to turn away from. In The Piranhas, Roberto Saviano imagines the lurid glamour of Nicolas’s story with all the vividness and insight that made Gomorrah a worldwide sensation. “With the openhearted rashness that belongs to every true writer, Saviano returns to tell the story of the fierce and grieving heart of Naples.” —Elena Ferrante
Computer Aided Innovation of New Materials
Author: J. Kihara, R. Yamamoto, M. Doyama, T. Suzuki
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 0444597336
Pages: 1009
Year: 2012-12-02
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This volume brings together the experience of specialists in the entire field of applications of Materials Science. The volume contains 196 of the excellent papers presented at the conference. This multidisciplinary meeting was held to bring together workers in a wide range of materials science and engineering activities who employ common analytical and experimental methods in their day to day work. The results of the meeting are of worldwide interest, and will help to stimulate future research and analysis in this area.
The Little Virtues
Author: Natalia Ginzburg
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing Inc.
ISBN: 1628729023
Pages: 168
Year: 2017-09-12
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In this collection of her finest and best-known short essays, Natalia Ginzburg explores both the mundane details and inescapable catastrophes of personal life with the grace and wit that have assured her rightful place in the pantheon of classic mid-century authors. Whether she writes of the loss of a friend, Cesare Pavese; or what is inexpugnable of World War II; or the Abruzzi, where she and her first husband lived in forced residence under Fascist rule; or the importance of silence in our society; or her vocation as a writer; or even a pair of worn-out shoes, Ginzburg brings to her reflections the wisdom of a survivor and the spare, wry, and poetically resonant style her readers have come to recognize. "A glowing light of modern Italian literature . . . Ginzburg's magic is the utter simplicity of her prose, suddenly illuminated by one word that makes a lightning streak of a plain phrase. . . . As direct and clean as if it were carved in stone, it yet speaks thoughts of the heart.' — The New York Times Book Review
Bella Mia
Author: Donatella Di Pietrantonio
Publisher:
ISBN: 0993238025
Pages: 192
Year: 2016-11-23
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Universal Right
Author: Giambattista Vico
Publisher: Rodopi
ISBN: 9042012439
Pages: 825
Year: 2000-01-01
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This book is the first translation from Latin into English of the juridical writings of one of the greatest minds of the Enlightenment and one of the greatest figures in Italian philosophy. The complete text is fully annotated, supplied with an extensive introduction, completed by historical and biographical documents, and graced with evocative illustrations. Legal scholars, philosophers, historians, and political scientists throughout the world may now discover a classic by one of the world s great jurists."
Corpus
Author: Rory Clements
Publisher: Bonnier Publishing Fiction Ltd.
ISBN: 178576263X
Pages: 400
Year: 2017-01-26
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A gripping spy thriller for fans of ROBERT HARRIS and WILLIAM BOYD from award-winning Sunday Times bestseller Rory Clements 1936. Europe is in turmoil. The Nazis have marched into the Rhineland. In Russia, Stalin has unleashed his Great Terror. Spain has erupted in civil war. In Berlin, a young Englishwoman evades the Gestapo to deliver vital papers to a Jewish scientist. Within weeks, she is found dead, a silver syringe clutched in her fingers. In an exclusive London club, a conspiracy is launched that threatens the very heart of government. When a renowned society couple with fascist leanings are found brutally murdered, a maverick Cambridge professor is drawn into a world of espionage he knows only from history books. The deeper Thomas Wilde delves, the more he finds to link the murders with the girl with the silver syringe - and even more worryingly to the scandal surrounding the Abdication . . . Set against the gathering drumbeat of war and moving from Berlin to Cambridge, from Whitehall to the Kent countryside, and from the Fens to the Aragon Front in Spain, this big canvas international thriller, like C J Sansom's WINTER IN MADRID, marks the beginning of a brilliant new direction for Rory Clements. Praise for CORPUS 'Dramatic . . . pacy and assured . . . Well crafted, it has all the pleasures of an intriguing lead character, intricate plot and fascinating historical context' Daily Mail 'Rory Clements's timely spy thriller set in the 1930s evokes a period of political polarisation, mistrust and simmering violence. Corpus is fast-paced and there are plenty of red herrings to keep you guessing. This is the first of a promising series and Wilde is a likeable hero' The Times 'This clever novel, rich in deceptions and intrigue, shows the reach of Stalin and Hitler into every class of British society, threatening violence on horrific scale. Corpus is a standout historical novel and spy thriller' Daily Express Praise for RORY CLEMENTS 'Enjoyable, bloody and brutish' Guardian 'Sends a shiver down your spine' Daily Mail 'A colourful history lesson . . . exciting narrative twists' Sunday Telegraph
Man & Nature
Author: Elisee Reclus
Publisher: Jura Books
ISBN: 090843703X
Pages: 34
Year: 1995
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Two essays, first published in 1866, get their first English translation - 'The Impact Of Human Activity On Physical Geography' and 'Concerning The Awareness Of Nature In Modern Society.'
The plague-sower
Author: Gesualdo Bufalino
Publisher: Eridanos Library
ISBN:
Pages: 186
Year: 1988-11
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