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The Story of the Lost Child (Ferrante)

I held off as long as I could. What a marvelous, layered conclusion to a quartet of great novels. With its absolutely pitch-perfect title, Ferrante continues her story of friendship and of growing up (the friends, the neighbors, the neighborhood, the city, the country). 57 more words


April Books We Love: A Fine Line

A Fine Line

Gianrico Carofiglio

9781908524614  p/b  £8.99

Bitter Lemon Press

With the British public’s appetite for all things Euro-noir seemingly far from sated (see… 440 more words

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The story of the Lost child by Elena Ferrante

The story of the Lost child by Elena Ferrante

Italian fiction

Original title – Storia della bambina perduta

Translator – Ann Goldstein

Source – Personnel copy… 750 more words


April Books we Love: The Bastards of Pizzofalcone

The Bastards of Pizzofalcone

Maurizio de Giovanni

9781609453145   p/b   £10.99

Europa Editions

One of our most anticipated April releases is The Bastards of Pizzofalcone, the first in a new series of hardboiled crime fiction written by Maurizio de Giovanni. 317 more words


My Brilliant Friend - Elena Ferrante trans. Ann Goldstein

The one thing you can often expect from Bildungsroman is little plot and that’s ok if the characters’ journeys are captivating enough to keep your attention from start to finish.   381 more words


Review: The Colombian Mule by Massimo Carlotto

Massimo Carlotto’s The Colombian Mule is one of a series of novels featuring a recurring character called Marco ‘The Alligator’ Buratti, an unlicensed PI who was once imprisoned for a crime he didn’t commit, along with his accomplices Max The Memory and former Mafia heavy Beniamino Rossini. 507 more words


Review: The Man Who Snapped His Fingers by Fariba Hachtroudi

I received an advanced review copy of this title from Europa Editions.  The original book was published in French and this English translation is done by Alison Anderson. 1,046 more words

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