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The Dante Killings (Nic Costa Series #7)

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  • Posted April 14, 2010

    Just in time to take to the Beach!

    The Dante Killings by David Hewson

    As a fan of the Nic Costa series I enjoy picking up the next mystery each time Hewson delivers another. With the tile "Dante Killings" I was worried it would be another book trying to play off the Dan Brown hype, but I was happily kept intrigued by the twist and turn of a Costa/Hewson Mystery.

    All our favorites are back and their repartee is as good as ever. While I truly read these mysteries to bring a bit of me back to Italy, I was happily surprised to land in San Francisco. Hewson brings San Francisco and its neighborhoods alive as he always artfully does for Italy.

    The Hollywood glam is not my thing but nor is it Nic's, and he is dragged into another murder this time with a crazed fan of a Hollywood starlet. But they are not sent to SF to solve the murder, they are only allowed to protect the Italian governments' artifacts. Leo is the master of handling bureaucracy and finds away with all the sanctions and bindings SF Police department place on him to maneuver and solve the murder. Lupo (my favorite character) solves all the nagging questions on her own and brings them to light with some of the most interesting characters. Peroni is there as well complaining and eating his way through San Francisco all the while keeping an eye on Nic.

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