Title: Death In Autumn
Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons
Publication Date: 1985
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good
Edition: 1st Edition
Like New, "Marshal Guarnaccia Of The Florence Carabinieri Can Almost Always Sense When Somebody's Lying. Unfortunately, He Thinks The Two Young Swedish Tourists Are Telling The Truth When They Claim To Have Seen A Body Floating In The River.". Bookseller Inventory # 000835
Synopsis: The body of a woman, clad in nothing but a fur coat and jewelry, is found floating in the Arno at dawn. Marshal Guarnaccia of the Florentine carabinieri identifies her as a foreigner who lived for years as a recluse in one of Florence?s most respectable hotels. But how and why did she die? Following a complex trail of blackmail, jewel theft, and drug-dealing, Marshal Guarnaccia finally tracks down the shocking truths about a cold-blooded murderer and his all-too-trusting victim.
From the Publisher:
The body of a woman, clad only in a fur coat and jewelry, is found floating in the Arno at dawn. Marshal Guarnaccia of the Florentine carabinieri identifies her as a missing hotel guest. But how and why did she die? Was it a bizarre suicide? Or murder?"
Magdalen Nabb was born and educated in England. She has lived in Florence since 1975.
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