Caselli and Torre Series Book Series: flowkit-numecagroup.comSandrone Dazieri is an Italian author of crime novels. He is famously known his Gorilla series which also adapted into a television film. Dazieri was born in Cremona, studied at San Pellegrino Terme and worked as a cook for ten years. He relocated to Milan and started working in some jobs, from porter to seller and also actively participated in the movement of Milan social centers. In , he worked as a proofreader for Telepress editorial service, and after half a decade he was appointed as general manager of Milan branch. Dazieri worked as a freelance journalist for several years and also collaborated with Manifesto as an expert of genre and counterculture fiction.
Kill The Father - Sandrone Dazieri - Dante Torre
A high-speed train from Milan draws into the station in Rome, and a horrific discovery in one carriage rocks the city. The Police receive a message claiming responsibility for the act and announcing more murders to come, and they duly turn their attention to a small terrorist group of Islamic extremists.
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Buongiorno and welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Kill The Angel by Sandrone Dazieri, the second instalment in the Caselli and Torre series. My thanks to Anne Cater at Random Things tours for the invitation to join. But investigator Dante Torre does not believe this angle. Sandrone Dazieri was born in Cremona Italy in He graduated at San Pellegrino Terme hotel-management school and worked as a cook for years, all around Italy. After having moved to Milan he started working in a number of jobs, from seller to porter, and played a very active role in the italian anti nuclear movement.
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From internationally bestselling author Sandrone Dazieri comes the thrilling conclusion to the "unrelentingly suspenseful" Booklist , starred review Caselli and Torre trilogy in which two damaged but deductively brilliant detectives must sort out what is real and what is imagined. Reeling from a deadly bombing in Venice and her investigative partner Dante's disappearance, Detective Colomba Caselli retreats to the rural countryside outside Rome to nurse her wounds. When an apparently autistic teenager appears in her yard, covered in blood, he leads her to a brutal crime scene where nothing is what it seems. As Colomba gets pulled into the investigation and the body count continues to grow, she is implicated in the violence. She is convinced that a powerful villain is working in the shadows to cause the carnage and frame her, but the only person who can help her is Dante - and he hasn't been seen in over a year and is presumed dead.
Kill the Father fuses the police procedural elements of a Michael Connelly novel with the blockbuster action and pace of a Matthew Reilly thriller. So, Kill the Father is a damn fine thriller, executed with aplomb, but to some extent I felt like it followed the established How to Write a Successful Thriller blueprint; it hits all the right notes, pitch perfectly, but lacks the soul, or the spark, to push it into the highest echelon. This might seem like a cruel critique, particularly since I, truly and whole wholeheartedly, recommend the book to connoisseurs of the genre; but although I applaud its execution and its craft, it feels archetypal in almost every respect. It races along at a great clip, and the action is great, and the whole thing is laced with suspsense; but there are no genuine surprises; nothing to rattle readers. He clearly has the chops to craft something magnificent. Simon is a Sydney-based writer and bookseller at Potts Point Bookshop.
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