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Erri De Luca – A Cloud as a Carpet

A cloud as a carpet is a collection of the most significant passages of the Old Testament, reviewed and reinterpreted by De Luca on...

Francesco Piccolo – The Desire to Be like Everyone

The right to be happy like everyone This book is neither a novel nor an essay, it’s a work that with brightness, and a very...

The Cure – Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me

Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me was released in may 1987: Robert Smith’s lips, portrayed on the cover, are the symbol of a record...

Erri De luca – The Upper Left

There are twelve stories in this collection by De Luca, all so engaging that it is easy to find yourself on the last page...

Flemming Jensen – The Bank Robber Blues

The bank robber blues is a crime novel definitely out of the ordinary: the main character Max kills the Danish prime minister. In very...

San Babila, 8pm: a useless crime

Carlo Lizzani (1922-2013) is a director whose political ideas have never been a secret and, at the same time, he has always produced documentary...

William De Andrea – Killed With a Passion

Matt Cobb has to deal with alleged corruption of  a network of people in the small town where he went to university. In between business...

Franck Thilliez – The Black Forest

Novice writer David Miller is hired  by billionaire paraplegic Arthur Doffre to  write a novel about the “Executioner 125”, a serial killer who committed...

Eric Ambler – The Mask of Dimitrios

In the 1930s, the British crime writer Charles Latimer attends a party in Istanbul, where he meets Haky, a Turkish intelligence officer and also...

Robert Graves – I, Claudius

The book, a fake autobiography, tells the story of Claudius' life from his childhood until the day he is proclaimed emperor. A very appropriate literary...