Homicide, suicide, or an accident? Marshal Guarnaccia wishes the death of a Florentine noble was an accident, but he knows it wasn't.
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THE MARSHAL MAKES HIS REPORT
Homicide, Suicide, or Accident. When sudden death occurs in one of the oldest noble families in Florence, the only acceptable version is an Accident.
Marshal Guarnacca doesn’t believe that what happened in the Palazzo Ulderighi was an accident, but he will be risking his career if he voices his conviction that something sinister has occurred.
Yet when, after nine hundred years of survival by bloodshed, the accident palazzo yields up its latest victim, the Marshal is proved right.
“Magnificent on the medieval pageantry and sinister façades of her adopted Florence.”
“At the top table of the murderous women’s dining club.”
“A brilliant drama of life in Florence…Highly recommended.”
MAIL ON SUNDAY
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Book Description Harpercollins Uk, 1992. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 2324016