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I've read 90% of Donna Leon's works, and they are enjoyable. I would not say they are suspenseful, but they have some twists, and the central character, Guido Brunetti, the dogged... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Doctor Strong
Donna Leon's mystery series featuring Commissario Brunetti has so far been an easy read. There isn't much need for the reader to agonize over the solution. Read morePublished 9 days ago by hrladyship
A great ensemble cast, fully developed characters, rich setting. Interesting and unexpected plots. Natives of Venice, watching many changes to their beloved city. Very enjoyable.Published 1 month ago by Sandra B. Hamilton
Leon is always thought provoking. It gives me great pleasure to read her work.Published 2 months ago by Fremont Don
Another winner from a good and prolific writer. Characters very alive. Brunetti sensitive and full of onsite, as usual. Reached hard to put down level.Published 2 months ago by Charles Rorie
enjoyed this book and a good author of many, many excellent books.Published 3 months ago by Helen Kravetzky
As a mystery, this book unfolds very slowly, but it is always beautifully written, full of rich details and interesting characterizations, so I was happy to go along until the very... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Deuxchatsnoirs
So far I haven't been disapponted by Donna Leon's Brunetti's mysteries. They are intricate and simple. Cozy yet polished. Straight forward and multilayered at the same time.Published 5 months ago by laraf123