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Mika Waltari – The Dark Angel

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Loren D. Estleman – Frames

A cinema detective Valentino is a UCLA archivist and likes to call himself a film detective, since his main occupation is to find and recover...

W.R. Burnett – Conant

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The Walled Garden

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Beth, who has left Ireland and her family to find her own independence in London, has a divorce behind her and lives a teenager...

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“The emperor is naked”, the intellectual said Black on Black was published in 1979, when Leonardo Sciascia was already known to the wider public...

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Nocturnal Animals

Susan (Amy Adams) is an unhappy gallery owner, imprisoned in the apparent perfection of an upper middle class life. When she returns...