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Giuseppe Genna – Big Red Mother

  Guido Lopez, an interim detective at the Milan central police department, is playing tennis with a stranger. Immediately after, a huge explosion shakes his...

Valerio Evangelisti – At Alphaville’s Periphery

  That amazing Evangelisti! This is a collection of thrilling essays, that, touching upon modernity and its (lack of) literary expression in Italy, deals with literature...

Toto – Falling in Between

  The album which marks the end of the career for Toto (but at the time of publication Steve Lukather had not yet decided to...

Jane Austen – Lady Susan

The art of planning the heart This is a ruthless epistolary novel, apparently with no way out, and a symptom of the long, dark days...

Character

  In Rotterdam in the Twenties, young lawyer Jacob Katadreuffe, still an apprentice, is arrested despite claiming to be innocent of murder. He’s accused of...

From Inquisition to Tortuga – Interview with Valerio Evangelisti Part II

Here you can find the conclusion of the long interview that Valerio Evangelisti, with delightful willingness, accepted to yield us. The first part can...

From Inquisition to Tortuga – Interview with Valerio Evangelisti

  When we wrote to ask him for an interview, Valerio Evangelisti not only was exquisitely available, but he even invited us to lunch with...

Julien Gracq – In Argol Castle (Chateau d’Argol)

The Ivory Tower of Gracq Presumptuous as few, Gracq describes a ménage a trois, often sublimated by the symbolic world, without ever writing a single...

Ross MacDonald – The Chill

  Those Little Bourgeois A guncotton thriller, with a gallery of cleverly staged characters and a rhythm that manages to captivate from beginning to end despite...

Ambrose Bierce – The Monk And The Hangman’s Daughter

  Damages of Religious Manichaeism Bierce gives the best of himself in this short novel presented as the diary of a novice who, despite his religion,...