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La signora in giallo. Delitto cum laude
Author: Jessica Fletcher, Donald Bain
ISBN: 882005096X
Pages: 320
Year: 2011
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La signora in giallo. Omicidio sul ghiaccio
Author: Donald Bain
Publisher: Sperling & Kupfer editori
ISBN: 882005163X
Pages: 309
Year: 2012
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La Signora in Giallo. Un delitto a regola d'arte
Author: Jessica Fletcher
ISBN: 8873396518
Pages: 308
Year: 2012-08-28
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Un ricco collezionista d'arte. Un delitto perfetto, o quasi. Una nuova indagine per Jessica Fletcher, tra falsi d'autore e verità nascoste
La Signora in Giallo. I gioielli della regina
Author: Jessica Fletcher
ISBN: 8873397379
Pages: 308
Year: 2013-01-15
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Un lussuoso transatlantico. Un prezioso diamante rubato. Una rapina finita nel sangue. Un nuovo caso attende Jessica Fletcher... nel bel mezzo dell'oceano.
La signora dei fiumi
Author: Philippa Gregory
ISBN: 8873395406
Pages: 544
Year: 2012-02-28
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"Philippa Gregory, la migliore scrittrice di romanzi storici, riesce a infondere al passato vita e profondità." - Library Journal
La signora in giallo. Delitto cum laude
Author: Jessica Fletcher, Donald Bain
ISBN: 886836056X
Pages: 307
Year: 2013
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Black Run
Author: Antonio Manzini
Publisher: HarperCollins
ISBN: 0062310062
Pages: 272
Year: 2015-04-28
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Already an international hit, a sly, sizzling mystery—the first in a sensational crime series—set in the Italian Alps, reminiscent of the works of Andrea Camilleri, D. A. Mishani, Donna Leon, and Henning Mankell. Getting into serious trouble with the wrong people, deputy prefect of police Rocco Schiavone is exiled to Aosta, a small, touristy alpine town far from his beloved Rome. The sophisticated and crotchety Roman despises mountains, snow, and the provincial locals as much as he disdains his superiors and their petty rules. But he loves solving crimes. When a mangled body has been discovered on a ski run above Champoluc, Rocco immediately faces his first challenge—identifying the victim, a complex procedure complicated by his ignorance of the customs, dialect, and history of his new home. Proud and undaunted, Rocco makes his way among the ski runs, mountain huts, and aerial tramways, meeting ski instructors, Alpine guides, the hardworking, enigmatic folk of Aosta, and a few beautiful locals eager to give him a warm welcome. It won't be easy, this mountain life, especially with a corpse or two in the mix. But then there's nothing that makes Rocco feel more at home than an investigation. An insightful observer of human nature, Antonio Manzini writes with sly humor and a dash of irony, and introduces an irresistible hero—a fascinating blend of swagger, machismo, and vulnerability—in a colorful and atmospheric crime mystery series that is European crime fiction at its best.
Majoring in Murder
Author: Jessica Fletcher, Donald Bain
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0451208323
Pages: 266
Year: 2003
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More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA
Auntie Mame
Author: Patrick Dennis
Publisher: Broadway Books
ISBN: 0767910958
Pages: 320
Year: 2002-02-05
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With a wit as sharp as a vodka stinger and a heart as free as her spirit, Auntie Mame burst onto the literary scene in 1955--and today remains one of the most unforgettable characters in contemporary fiction. Wildly successful when it was first published in 1955, Patrick Dennis’ Auntie Mame sold over two million copies and stayed put on the New York Times bestseller list for 112 weeks. It was made into a play, a Broadway and a Hollywood musical, and a fabulous movie starring Rosalind Russell. Since then, Mame has taken her rightful place in the pantheon of Great and Important People as the world’s most beloved, madcap, devastatingly sophisticated, and glamorous aunt. She is impossible to resist, and this hilarious story of an orphaned ten-year-old boy sent to live with his aunt is as delicious a read in the twenty-first century as it was in the 1950s. Follow the rollicking adventures of this unflappable flapper as seen through the wide eyes of her young, impressionable nephew and discover anew or for the first time why Mame has made the world a more wonderful place. "Outrageous, hilarious, ribald, sophisticated, slapsatiric." The Denver Post
Murder on Capitol Hill
Author: Margaret Truman
Publisher: Witness
ISBN: 0062391720
Pages: 400
Year: 2015-09-29
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Between them, Senator Cale Caldwell and his blue-blooded wife controlled as much power on Capitol Hill as the law would allow. Sadly, it wasn't sufficient to protect him from a killer, even surrounded by his friends at a champagne reception in his honor. The senator's murder wasn't the family's first brush with violence. Only two years ago, a niece had been murdered, her killer never found. But when attorney Lydia James, counsel to a Senate committee investigating the tragedy, suggests there might be a connection between the two deaths, she's voted down fast. Yet strange rumors persist. The senator's death could benefit many people, among them a bitter political adversary, an ambitious talk show host, and a master of spin who makes even murder look good . . .
The Selected Poetry of Pier Paolo Pasolini
Author: Pier Paolo Pasolini
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 022612116X
Pages: 456
Year: 2014-08-20
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Most people outside Italy know Pier Paolo Pasolini for his films, many of which began as literary works—Arabian Nights, The Gospel According to Matthew, The Decameron, and The Canterbury Tales among them. What most people are not aware of is that he was primarily a poet, publishing nineteen books of poems during his lifetime, as well as a visual artist, novelist, playwright, and journalist. Half a dozen of these books have been excerpted and published in English over the years, but even if one were to read all of those, the wide range of poetic styles and subjects that occupied Pasolini during his lifetime would still elude the English-language reader. For the first time, Anglophones will now be able to discover the many facets of this singular poet. Avoiding the tactics of the slim, idiosyncratic, and aesthetically or politically motivated volumes currently available in English, Stephen Sartarelli has chosen poems from every period of Pasolini’s poetic oeuvre. In doing so, he gives English-language readers a more complete picture of the poet, whose verse ranged from short lyrics to longer poems and extended sequences, and whose themes ran not only to the moral, spiritual, and social spheres but also to the aesthetic and sexual, for which he is most known in the United States today. This volume shows how central poetry was to Pasolini, no matter what else he was doing in his creative life, and how poetry informed all of his work from the visual arts to his political essays to his films. Pier Paolo Pasolini was “a poet of the cinema,” as James Ivory says in the book’s foreword, who “left a trove of words on paper that can live on as the fast-deteriorating images he created on celluloid cannot.” This generous selection of poems will be welcomed by poetry lovers and film buffs alike and will be an event in American letters.
A Dictionary of English Homonyms
Pages: 183
Year: 1899
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Bibliografia nazionale italiana
Year: 2011-07
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Coffee, Tea or Me?
Author: Donald Bain, Baker Trudy, Jones Rachel
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101098945
Pages: 320
Year: 2003-06-03
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Remember when flying was glamorous and sexy, even fun? When airline food was gourmet, everyone dressed up for a flight, and stewardesses catered to our every need-at least in our imaginations? This classic memoir by two audaciously outspoken young ladies, who lived and loved the free-spirited stewardess life, jets you back to those golden days of air travel-from the captain who's as subtle as a 747 when he's on the make to the passenger who mistakes the overhead luggage rack for an upper berth; from the names of celebrities who were a pleasure to serve (and some surprising notables on the "bad guy" list) to the origins of some naughty stereotypes-Spaniards are the best lovers, actors the most foul-mouthed. This huge bestseller, a First Class jet-age journal, offers a hilarious gold mine of outrageous anecdotes from the high-flying and amorous lives of those busty, lusty, adventuresome young women of the swinging '60s known as "stews."
Tin Sky
Author: Ben Pastor
Publisher: Bitter Lemon Press
ISBN: 1908524529
Pages: 410
Year: 2015-05-11
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FOURTH IN THE MARTIN BORA SERIES. SPELLBINDING MULTI-LAYERED CRIME NOVEL SET IN UKRAINE AS THE GERMANS REGROUP AFTER THE DISASTER OF STALINGRAD. FOR FANS OF PHILLIP KERR (BERNIE GUNTHER SERIES), ALAN FURST (SPIES OF THE BALKANS). THE HERO, MAJOR MARTIN BORA, IS AN ARISTOCRATIC GERMAN OFFICER OF THE ILK OF CLAUS VON STAUFFENBERG, TORN BETWEEN HIS DUTY AS AN OFFICER AND HIS INTEGRITY AS A HUMAN BEING. Ukraine, 1943. Having barely escaped the inferno of Stalingrad, Major Martin Bora is serving on the Russian front as a German counterintelligence officer. Weariness, disillusionment, and battle fatigue are a soldier’s daily fare, yet Bora seems to be one of the few whose sanity is not marred by the horrors of war. As the Wehrmacht prepare for the Kursk counter-offensive, a Russian general defects aboard a T-34, the most advanced tank of the war. Soon he and another general, this one previously captured, are found dead in their cells. Everything appears to exclude the likelihood of foul play, but Bora begins an investigation, in a stubborn attempt to solve a mystery that will come much too close to home.