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Gianrico Carofiglio

The Cold Summer

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The Cold Summer

Gianrico Carofiglio

Translated by Howard Curtis

"Hard-hitting, morally complex, and highly entertaining. A fascinating look at the Italian mafia, and the police who battled them, in the early 1990s." Peter Swanson, author of The Kind Worth Killing 

The summer of 1992 is a cold one in southern Italy.The chilling Mafia violence currently sweeping Sicily has spread to Puglia, much to the consternation of Pietro Fenoglio, a local officer of the Carabinieri.

Fenoglio, recently jilted by his wife, must simultaneously deal with his personal crisis and the gang wars raging around Bari. The case is stalled until a Mafia member, suspected of killing the son of a rival mobster, decides to collaborate.

The brutal killings are stopped but the mystery of the boy’s murder must still be solved, leading Fenoglio into a world of deep moral ambiguity, where the investigators are hard to distinguish from the investigated.

Inspired by a true story, The Cold Summer is Carofiglio’s most hard hitting novel yet. 

Praise for Gianrico Carofiglio:

“The author occupies a niche similar to Erle Stanley Gardner and John Grisham.” Times Literary Supplement 

“As exacting and contemplative as any crime writer I can think of.” Washington Post 

“Every character in Carifiglio’s fiction has a story to tell and they are always worth hearing.” Daily Mail

 

 

 

  

Book Information

Release Dates:
12-Sep-18 (UK) | 15-September-18 (US)
Pages:
352
ISBN:
978-1912242-030