8 edition of Death of a Dutchman found in the catalog.
by Soho Crime
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||220|
The third and final book of the trilogy (due to Jacques' death in ) was titled Voyage of Slaves and was released by Puffin in In the novel The Flying Dutchman () by the Russian novelist Anatoly Kudryavitsky, the ghost ship rebuilds itself from an old barge abandoned on the bank of a big Russian river, and offers itself as a Captain: Willem van der Decken. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Nabb, Magdalen, – Death of a dutchman / Magdalen Nabb p. cm. ISBN eISBN 1. Guarnaccia, Marshal.
Perhaps if this wasn't the first Marshal Guarnaccia book I read, I'd compare it to others Magdalen Nabb has written (a dozen, so far). But as a first-time reader, I kept thinking about Simenon's Inspector Maigret, and so, using that as a template: The scenic environs--Florence here, rather than Paris; Italy, not France--provide a similar kind of pleasure; a trip abroad to a different culture/5(2). The first book in a new and exciting Western series from best-selling author Lon Safko, based on the true story behind the legendary goldmine. The secret of the Lost Dutchman goldmine has been legendary for as long as anyone can remember; this is the true story of that legend.
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Praise for Death of a Dutchman “This elegant series, which began in with Death of an Englishman is set in Florence, a city that glows in the Tuscan sun [His] sense of estrangement accounts for Guarnaccia’s special perspective on strangers, those ‘innocents’ among the living and the dead.” —The New York Times Book Review/5(19).
Death of a Dutchman probably is not a mystery for everyone. It moves, at least until the end, at a langorous pace, like Florence in the summer. It is full of conversation and the Marshal's bewildered searches and sure hunches/5.
Praise for Death of a Dutchman “This elegant series, which began in with Death of an Englishman is set in Florence, a city that glows in the Tuscan sun [His] sense of estrangement accounts for Guarnaccia’s special perspective on strangers, those ‘innocents’ among the living and the dead.”/5(6).
Now, in this story, he's connected to the death of the Dutchman personally via an old, crazy woman (who drove me crazy with her self-centered and prattling and manipulative ways) who hears odd noises in the apartment next to her.
Something about the Dutchman stirs our Marshal up and he can't stop thinking about it /5(19). About Death of a Dutchman “The richest mystery here, however, is Florence itself, whose intricate politics and class structure Nabb parses with precision and wit.” — Washington Post Book World Summoned by an aged woman to investigate mysterious noises in the vacant flat next to hers, Marshal Guarnaccia discovers a dying Dutch jeweler.
Death of a Dutchman Published by User, 10 years ago This book is up to Magdalen Nabb's usual standards. I have been delighted to find her books again/5(4).
This time the focus is very much on a single policeman--the Maigret-ish Marshal Guarnaccia, who kindly visits a year-old recluse lady and discovers, next door, a dying, visiting Italian/Dutch jeweler: his last words are ""It wasn't her""; the cause of death is a barbiturate overdose; the general impression is suicide.
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Open : Death of a Dutchman "The richest mystery here, however, is Florence itself, whose intricate politics and class structure Nabb parses with precision and wit." — Washington Post Book World Summoned by an aged woman to investigate mysterious noises in the vacant flat next to hers, Marshal Guarnaccia discovers a dying Dutch jeweler.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(13). Books for adults. The Prosecutor,co-authored by Paolo Vagheggi; Cosimo, ; Maresciallo Guarnaccia series. Death of an Englishman, ; Death of a Dutchman, ; Death in Springtime, ; Death in Autumn, ; The Marshal and the Murderer, ; The Marshal and the Madwoman, ; The Marshal's Own Case, ; The Marshal Makes His.
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Classic Italian crime fiction by the Donna Leon of Florence, the acclaimed Magdalen Nabb ('Credible, classy and compelling, this is crime fiction at its best' Sunday Times). Praise for Death Of A Dutchman “'Credible, classy and compelling, this is crime fiction at its best'” To help us recommend your next book, tell us what you enjoy reading.
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The old lady had known him when he was a boy growing up. Death of a Dutchman by Magdalen Nabb starting at $ Death of a Dutchman has 6 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace5/5(1). “This elegant series, which began in with Death of an Englishman is set in Florence, a city that glows in the Tuscan sun [His] sense of estrangement accounts for Guarnaccia’s special perspective on strangers, those ‘innocents’ among the living and the dead.” —The New York Times Book Review.
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Magdalen Nabb is a popular British writer of mysteries. Death of a Dutchman is the second in a series of fourteen mystery novels that she wrote, preceded by Death of an Englishman, though this book has much more focus on plot than its predecessor.