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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,...

The Band’s Visit

  Alexandria of Egypt police’s musical band arrive at Tel Aviv airport, Israel, wearing their blue uniforms. Only some of the eight musicians have an...

Giuseppe Genna – Italy De Profundis (Italia De Profundis)

  In a book more autobiographical than usual, Giuseppe Genna scrutinizes himself to investigate Italy. He writes a "de profundis" dug into his own flesh,...

36 Quai des Orfèvres

  Paris. For several months a gang of delinquents operating with impunity commit crimes of cruel violence. The director of the investigative police frankly says...

Heiko H. Caimi – The Blank Page

  Now is the time.      On my monitor, the input line flashes on the blank page.  So many nice characters in my mind, and a...

William McIlvanney – The Kiln

  We are the book, the book is us More than a read, this is an experience. There is no unscathed escape from this novel by...

Valerio Evangelisti – We Shall be All

  A past without clean slate Thirty years of American syndicalism seen through the eyes of Eddie Florio, a man for sale, with neither scruples or...

James Hadley Chase – The Things Men Do

  A stainless-steel author A classic noir in the equally classic style of James Hadley Chase, impeccable master of the genre, able as usual to create...

“Don Pietraviva’s Fences” by Cataldo Russo

A timeless masterpiece A modern novel already a classic, for both the realism with which it has been designed, and its plot and structure. A...