The Trouble With Going Home by Camilla T. Crespi
A Simona Griffo Mystery (Simona Griffo Mysteries)

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Returning to her native Rome, amateur sleuth Simona Griffo becomes the horrified witness to the murder of an American art student, a young woman embroiled with a long-lost Leonardo da Vinci drawing, an impoverished Italian prince, and an aggressive American businessman.
 

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Published January 1, 1995 by Harpercollins. 269 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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When you suspect that your ex-wife's Valium-aided drowning last year was no accident, but the only evidence your three private eyes have dug up implicates you as the killer, who do you turn to in desperation?

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Leaving America to visit the mother whose longtime husband has left her for reasons her mother can only sniff at, Simona Griffo (The Trouble with Thin Ice, 1994), already depressed and preoccupied by the specter of breast cancer, alights from her plane to Rome to find her obsessively charming, fl...

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 The trouble with going home is that murder is the least of your problems.

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Family problems lure Greenwich Village-based Roman expatriate Simona Griffo, last seen in The Trouble with Thin Ice, back to Rome, when her mother, Olga, leaves her husband to stay with a friend, art

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