The Dogs of Rome

The Dogs of Rome

A Commissario Alec Blume Novel

Book - 2010
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Arturo Clemente is sloppily murdered in his Roman apartment by a mysterious slasher. Police inspector Alec Blume has a favorite suspect, but the investigation is already being manipulated by both the Senate and the Fusco crime ring. As the details of the case continue to trickle out, Blume soon realizes he is being watched from on high--and that solving this crime may be the least of his worries. As the mob tightens its grip on the city, and with the killer still at large, Blume's struggle for justice may cost more innocent lives.
Publisher: New York : Bloomsbury USA, 2010.
Edition: First US edition.
ISBN: 9781608190546
Characteristics: 389 pages ;,25 cm.


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Dec 11, 2016

(The first book in the Commissario Alec Blume series) BRITISH BORN AUTHOR - MYSTERIES SET IN ITALY.

twiga77 Oct 21, 2011

Excellent writing: intense feeling of truth about his stories. A worthy successor to Michael Dibdin's Aurelio Zen. Right in the same groove with Doona Leon's Commissario.

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