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review Ó Death at La Fenice ✓ ✺ [BOOKS] ✮ Death at La Fenice By Donna Leon ❄ – Tushna-hram.ru Morte no Teatro La Fenice é o primeiro livro de uma série ue tem como protagonista o charmoso Commissario Guido Brunetti à frente das investigações em intrigantes histórias policiais Brunetti fu Morte no Teatro La Fenice é o [BOOKS] Death at La Fenice By Donna Leon Tushna hram.ru Morte no Teatro La Fenice é o primeiro livro de uma série ue tem como protagonista o charmoso Commissario Guido Brunetti à frente das investigações em intrigantes histórias policiais Brunetti fu Morte no Teatro La Fenice é o primeiro livro de uma série ue tem como protagonista o charmoso Commissario Guido Brunetti à frente das investigações em intrigantes histórias policiais Brunetti funcionário exemplar da polícia de Veneza tem um instinto infalível agilidade na acção e gentileza no trato com

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Death at La FeniceJovem esposa; uma soprano extraordinária e mentirosa e um director de teatro homossexual ue tivera uma discussão com o maestro pouco antes do crime Perplexo Guido Brunetti interroga se sobre uem calou para sempre o mais elouente maestro do OcidenteConfrontado com um caso aparentemente cada vez mais complicado no decurso das investigações Brunetti interroga uma jovem ue trabalha no teatro e ue tinha uma ligação próxima com o maestro e fica a saber segredos perturbadores e difíceis de gerir Brunetti conclui ue ualuer uma das pessoas ue trabalham no Teatro La Fenice pode ter assassinado o maestro..

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  • Julie

    review Ó Death at La Fenice Death at La FeniceDeath at La Fenice by Donna Leon is a 2012 Grove Press publication Originally published in 1992Slightly dated but oh the Venetian sceneryThis is the first book in the long running Commissario Brunetti series I’ve been curious about Donna Leon for ages but have never gotten around to sampling any of her work This book is available in the Kindle Unlimited program at the moment giving me a great excuse to finally see for myself why this series has endured When a world renowned musical conductor is poisoned during intermission at the famed La Fenice opera house it sends shock waves through Venice Naturally the police are under tremendous pressure to find the killer Guido Brunetti is definitely the right man for the job but he refuses to allow his boss or the press to force him into doing a rush job with the investigation As it happens the conductor was not loved by everyone in his orchestra or even by those closest to him which means the suspect list is lengthy and Brunetti wi


  • Alex is The Romance Fox

    review Ó Death at La Fenice Death at La FeniceDeath at La Fenice is the 1st book in the exciting Guido Brunetti Series by Donna Leon set in the beautiful romantic mysterious and uniue city of VeniceThe series features Commissario Guido Brunetti family man modest moral loyal and philosophical detective extraordinaireWhen famed conductor Helmut Wellauer is found dead in his dressing room between Acts 2 and 3 of the of LA TRAVIATA at the La Fenicia theatre Brunetti is assigned to investigate the murder by cyanide poisoning He immediately realizes that there’s a lot about the victim than what he’s being told by the suspects his much younger wife and soprano Flavia Petrelli and her lesbian lover Brett Lynch and the people in his life who have been offended by his homophobic views Brunetti also discovers Wellauer’s past as a Nazi sympathizerNarrated


  • mark monday

    review Ó Death at La Fenice Death at La Fenicethis low key and humane Venice set detective yarn surprised me not so much at the solving of the murder mystery although I was surprised but at how it al


  • Morgan

    review Ó Death at La Fenice Death at La FeniceLet me start by saying that I love Venice and all things Venetian I love reading anything that has to do with Venice So the fact that this book takes place in Venice gave it at least one redeeming uality I've heard from than one person that Donna Leon was a good author but after reading this book I have serious doubts about that and I'm not sure she deserves a second chance She set up a great plot and had intruiging characters but then did nothing with them I got halfway through the book when the detective expresses his frustration at feeling as though he knew nothing about what had happened and I felt exactly the same way as the reader I felt bored Reading a mystery I'm


  • Anne Bogel

    review Ó Death at La Fenice Death at La FeniceI finally finally read this after legions of readers said Donna Leon was perfect for Louise Penny fans who were all caught up with Inspector Gamache In this first installment of the Commissario Brunetti mysteries a renowned opera conductor is found dead in his dressing room a victim of cyanide poisoning It's significant to the story that this is a particularly painful way to die As the investigation unfolds it's clear the man had a dark past and many enemies and that the perpe


  • Blaine DeSantis

    review Ó Death at La Fenice Death at La FeniceBeing Italian I enjoy detective novels set in Italy For some reason however I had never tried Donna Leon until a week ago I really enjoyed Book 1 of the Brunetti mystery series A conductor is found dead between acts at the Venetian Opera House La Fenice during a performance of La Traviata It is fairly obvious that it was death by poisoning but who had access to get the poison into the conductors cup of coffee There are plenty of clues plenty of potential murderers and a lot of backstory about the conductor who apparently was a Nazi in his early life You get a pretty good flavor for Venice in this book and it was interesting that it was Brunetti who solves the mystery with very few extra characters involved Oh we see a doctor here and there two incompetent police detectives who barely appear in any than 10 pages a typical Italian police commissioner and some flavor for Guido Brunetti's home and family life I felt the book moved effortlessly that the characters were be


  • Negin

    review Ó Death at La Fenice Death at La FeniceI chose this book the first in the Commissario Brunetti mystery series because the setting is Venice and my family and I will be briefly visiting there soon Donna Leon does a wonderful job des


  • Sue

    review Ó Death at La Fenice Death at La FeniceWell I've now entered the world of Commissario Guido Brunetti of the police force of Venice This is the first of Donna Leon's long running series set in that fabled city which is eually


  • Ivana Books Are Magic

    review Ó Death at La Fenice Death at La FeniceIf you didn't know you don't have to know how to write to publish a book All you need to do is pick a popular location let's say Venice populate it with one dimensional characters every imagin


  • Giacomo

    review Ó Death at La Fenice Death at La FeniceI have read ten of Donna Leon's books and this review reflects my opinion of most of them Some have a slightly better story a little engaging than others but for the most part the books are about Brunetti and about Venezia a