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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...

Lara Gregori – A Thread, A Dream

  He could see himself as a child sitting on a rock beside the fire while his mother, her veil lifted and her nails black...

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

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

Lara Gregori – The Pardon, the Grace

  Five stitches on the right wrist, six on the left, Sam White had been marching non-stop for hours from wall to wall of his...

VVAA – Living Labor

  Choosing  to tell the world of labor, the real one, live, experienced day after day by people who do or suffer it- in ten...

George Orwell – Nineteen Eighty-Four

  Nineteen Eighty-Four tells of a future world in which the earth is divided into similar Hyperstates in perpetual war with each other. The protagonist Winston...

VVAA – Agents of Treachery

The best spy is the one uncovering history A decent anthology, edited by Otto Penzler, with prominent authors and fourteen stories which, though in most...

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...