Category Archives: de Giovanni, Maurizio

“Another Corruption of Love”: Maurizio de Giovanni, Everyone In Their Place

Now, in the light of these new events, the commissario came back to this idea with some concern: both because he’d seen with lucid clarity who had killed the Duchess of Camparino and because he was no doubt infected with the same disease that had triggered the murder: jealousy. Let’s call a spade a spade, […]

“The Sorrow of the Dead”: Maurizio de Giovanni, I Will Have Vengeance

I see it. I feel it, the sorrow of the dead who remain attached to a life they no longer have. I know it; I hear the sound of the blood draining away. The mind that deserts them, the brain clinging by the fingernails to the last shred of life as it runs out. Love, […]

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