The Age of Doubt (Inspector Montalbano, #14)
Title : The Age of Doubt (Inspector Montalbano, #14)
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ISBN : 0143120921
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 288 pages
Category : 11th-century
Tags : romance, dystopia, love, audiobooks, ya, picture-books

Find nearly any book The Age of Doubt (Inspector Montalbano, #14) From the New York Times bestselling author of The Potter s Field, winner of the Crime Writers Association s International Dagger Award and longlisted for the IMPAC Dublin Literary Prize With their dark sophistication and dry humor, Andrea Camilleri s hugely popular Sicilian crime novels continue to win and fans in America The day after a storm, Inspector Montal From the New York Times bestselling author of The Potter s Field, winner of the Crime Writers Association s International Dagger Award and longlisted for the IMPAC Dublin Literary Prize With their dark sophistication and dry humor, Andrea Camilleri s hugely popular Sicilian crime novels continue to win and fans in America The day after a storm, Inspector Montalbano encounters a strange woman who expresses interest in a certain yach More at http://www.thephotoroll.com/php_uploads


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  • Nancy Oakes
    Nancy Oakes

    Absolutely loved it but then again, I m a HUGE fan of the series As with many of the recent books in the series, Age of Doubt begins with a dream in this one, Montalbano walks into the station to let Catarella know he ll be away on a surprise trip to visit Livia in Bocadesse Catarella responds that Salvo can t go to Bocadesse because he died the day before He s also told he can t investigate the case because he s too personally involved Even worse, Livia s not sure she can make it to t

  • Seth
    Seth

    The Age of Doubt, which is 14 in the Inspector Montalbano series, is one of the best Andrea Camilleri does a masterful job employing his characteristic story telling techniques The just released translation by Stephen Santarelli inspired Tom Nolan to publish a wonderful review of the Montalbano series in the Wall Street Journal Sicily s Most Exquisitely Tormented Detective, June 15, 2012,

  • Ann Sloan
    Ann Sloan

    Inspector Salvo Montalbano loves food, particularly pasta and seafood, and living in Sicily, he doesn t have to go far to find it Plus, his housekeeper Adelina is an excellent cook I always feel like I have gained ten pounds when I read one of the books in this series I was lucky enough to have visited Florence and Siena and loved the pizza and gelato, but now I want to visit Sicily and eat mussels, sole, shrimp, sea urchins, clams, calamari, olives, anchovies, cheeses, and breads, the pastas

  • Laura (Kyahgirl)
    Laura (Kyahgirl)

    2 5 2 stars CJust OK I thought I d try this when I saw it on the library shelf because some of my GR friends seem to love this author Maybe its because I don t have any investment in the main characters but I found it a bit boring I felt empathy for the main character but not as a romantic hero, of a deluded middle aged man with a slightly wonky romance radar The mystery was pretty good but took too long to unfold for my taste.

  • Arwen56
    Arwen56

    Sebbene sia un estimatrice di Camilleri e non solo del Camilleri di Montalbano , questo romanzo mi ha lasciata un po perplessa e, sinceramente, non lo trovo molto riuscito Condivido molte delle critiche che gli sono state mosse da altri utenti di aNobii.Ad esempio, concordo con Jestercap sul fatto che l uso del dialetto siciliano sia decisamente aumentato e che questo non giochi a favore delle fluidit espressiva Se, all inizio, il mix tra italiano e siciliano era ben calibrato, ora lo sbi

  • Pippin
    Pippin

    Too passive The concept of Mystery is that the author tells the reader the story and if the reader is paying attention thinking reasoning then the reader may figure it out or have a hunch about what really happened With Camilleri we don t get that satisfaction We are trying, but in the end, he just brings everything together and ties a bow on it and it s done I m done, but am sitting here with a pile of unanswered questions Not that everything has to tidied up and explained, but

  • Felicity
    Felicity

    I found Andrea Camilleri s latest installment in the Inspector Montalbano series Camilleri s most disappointing The unconsumated affair with Laura and its tragic ending was never quite convincing the love affair between the two characters seemed the raison d etre of the novel rather than the mystery surrounding blood diamonds that lurked in the background blood diamonds as a plot device are kind of passe surely and even the descriptions of Montalbano s usual repasts did little to lighte

  • Elizabeth
    Elizabeth

    Who could not love Camilleri s books

  • Ladiibbug
    Ladiibbug

    14 Inspector Montalbano series Police ProceduralAny Inspector Montalbano book, set in the fictional town of Vigata, Italy, is always an enjoyable read This one is exceptionally engrossing and intriguing Montalbano encounters a strange, bedraggled woman after a storm floods Vigata, who expresses interest in a yacht scheduled to dock that day The yacht arrives, seeking shelter from the storm at sea, the crew reporting a dinghy in the port with a body inside.The coroner says the man in the di

  • Ubik 2.0
    Ubik 2.0

    Noi assidui lettori di Camilleri Montalbano siamo ben consapevoli che in ogni suo romanzo la vicenda poliziesca non riveste importanza maggiore rispetto al minuzioso quadro d ambiente che si dipana intorno agli avvenimenti da una parte i nuovi caratteri e le nuove location che caratterizzano ogni episodio, dall altra l evolversi o il confermarsi dei personaggi che abitano stabilmente queste storie, primo fra tutti ovviamente Salvo Montalbano, i componenti del commissariato di Vigata e poi tut

The Age of Doubt (Inspector Montalbano, #14)