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Voice of the Violin, Audible Version

Friday, May 4, 2018

Voice of the Violin, Audible Version (1997/2003/2008) Andrea Camilleri translated by Stephen Sartarelli narrated by Grover Gardner

This book begins the slow and slight redemption of Catarella.

“Oh, Chief, I got another streamly impoitant ting to tell ya. Somebody from Montelusa Central called to talk to me in poisson, Inspector Whatsizname, Tontona.”

“Tortona.”

“Whatever’s ’is name. Him. Says I gotta take a concourse in pewters. Whattya think, boss?”

“I’m happy for you, Cat. Take the course, you can become a specialist. You’re just the right man for pewters.”

Montalbano is a complete asshole in this book, however, his desire for justice makes that completely and easily forgivable, as does his eventually understanding of Livia by the end of the book.

That passage with Livia also makes his long-term frustration with her a little more understandable.

Publisher: Blackstone Audio, Inc.
Rating: 8/10

Categories: 8/10, Audio Book, Mystery, Police, Re-Read, Translated     Comments (0)    



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