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Fatal Remedies
Fatal Remedies: A Commissario Guido Brunetti Mystery | Donna Leon
4 posts | 4 read | 2 to read
For Commissario Brunetti, it began with an early morning phone call. In the chill of the Venetian dawn, a sudden act of vandalism shatters the quiet of the deserted city. But soon Brunetti is shocked to find that the culprit waiting to be apprehended at the scene is someone from his own family. Meanwhile, Brunetti is under pressure from his superiors to solve a daring robbery with a link to a suspicious accidental death. Does it all lead back to the Mafia? And how are his familys actions connected to these crimes?
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Lynnsoprano
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I‘m not sure whether to blame Bookbub or @Crazeedi for today‘s purchase. @Crazeedi turned me on to this series, and they keep showing up as ebook deals. I‘ve bought several in the last couple of months, but I want to read the series in order. Do you think the publisher could put them on sale in order? Of course not! Oh, well, when I get to #8, this will be waiting in for me on my Kindle. In the meantime, back to #2.

Crazeedi This is very cool that you're getting them for a great price! I hope you are enjoying! There are like 23 or more , so you will have fun 2mo
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Pamwurtzler
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Mehso-so

I like this series, but truly this one was a snoozer for me.

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rretzler
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Pickpick

For the Lackberg-Leon LT Group Read. I‘m enjoying this mystery series. This one focuses on Guido and Paola‘s relationship and basic philosophical differences about justice. Paola deliberately gets arrested for what she feels is a good cause and Commissario Guido must deal with the consequences to his career. Easy, quick and enjoyable read. 4.0/5.0⭐️ #2019

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rretzler
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Had just started the ARC of Death Spins the Wheel when this came from my library hold. Reading this for the LibraryThing 75‘ers Lackberg and Leon group read this month.