Death of an Englishman by Magdalen Nabb
(Soho Crime)

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It is just before Christmas and the marshal wants to go South to spend the holiday with his wife and family, but first he must recover from the flu (which has left the Florentine caribinieri short-handed) and also solve a murder. A seemingly respectable retired Englishman, living in a flat on the Via Maggio near the Santa Trinita bridge, was shot in the back during the night. He was well-connected and Scotland Yard has despatched two officers to "assist" the Italians in solving the crime. But it is the marshal, a quiet observer, not an intellectual, who manages to figure out what happened, and why.

About Magdalen Nabb

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\Magdalen Nabb was born and educated in England. She lived and wrote in Florence, where she died on August 18, 2007.
Published July 1, 2003 by Soho Crime. 260 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror, Education & Reference, Children's Books, History. Fiction

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