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To ask other readers questions about Il sorriso di Angelicaplease sign up. He received an honorary degree from University of Pisa in He’s still with long-time girlfriend Livia, and as the story opens, she is at Marinella with him for a few days. I hope 18 is better. So guilty, in fact, that he tells Livia, who thinks he is joking.

But lately Montalbano has been much less — shall we say? Borrowed from my local library.

Il sorriso di Angelica

Thanks for telling us about the problem. And then there’s this: Want to Read saving…. Our hero is going through mid life crisis although mid life crisis at 58 may be somewhat optimistic – will we honestly live until ? Angelica’s Smile is a contemporary crime novel that reads like a classic. The Montalabano series is an evocative story of Sicily and its tortured past and present and Camilleri is the narrator who brings this to life.

Thus, Angelica’s Smile became our break-up book. There is humour on every page even when there is despair which is resplendent in Sicily. Among a long list of valuables taken from the seaside house, the thieves stole their car and then proceeded to rob their regular residence. He is of a similar age and is thinking about his advancing years and fut The silver lining of reduced mobility of a painful back condition is the need to sit upright and rest up which allows me to read.


I enjoyed this last one as much as the others.

In the novel Thrones, Dominationsjointly penned by the angelics Dorothy L. Per non parlare della forzatura delle citazioni dall’Orlando furioso, quanto mai artificiose e raffazzonate con l’unico scopo di inventare un nobile pretesto per una storia insulsa. Camilleri now lives in Rome where he works as a TV and theatre director.

I am of Sicilian descent. The detective shares many of my traits. Return to Book Page.

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They chat on the phone, they visit, they have sex, and they eat. The bonus at the end is a translation of some of the food that Montalbano’s housekeeper makes for him. A series of burglaries with a rather obvious end ach why not.

Questa volta Camilleri mi ha deluso Commissario Salvo MontalbanoProsecutor Tommaseo. They’ve got to be kidding! During the course of the investigation Montalabano is sure there is a connection between all the members of the elite xorriso are being broken in to but he cannot see the link. But how on earth does Livia put up with the man???? I know first hand!


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Speaking of Adelina, I’m amazed she can cook those meals as well as clean house – anelica ought to making as much as Salvo! Back to Livia, she comes to visit him in most books, and I believe there’s been mention of rare, occasional visits by him to her.

It’s not too good, not too bad. Not sure if it is a help or a hindrance to have seen the tv adaptation of this book. Andrea Camilleri born september 6, in Porto Empedocle is an Italian writer. These books do not ignore that. Other than that, a solid mystery not his best, but better than the last book. Googling, I discovered the Sicilian Inspector Montalbano and remembered hearing comments that it was a terrific TV series.

Montalbano continues to deal with his issues with getting older, which has been a running theme probably since Mimi’s marriage, if not earlier. Few are the elements that betray the time the plot takes place. I’ve now run out of the Inspector Montalbano books loaned by my good friend John. Other books in the series. But … whodunit was obvious almost ddi the start.

I don’t like my Montalbano to seem this pathetic.